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June 30, 2016 6:44 PM

Kansas teens fired for discussing unequal pay find new jobs

Two weeks ago, Jensen Walcott and Jake Reed were let go from their summer jobs for discussing wages

The National Labor Relations Board says it’s illegal to fire employees for sharing pay information

Walcott and Reed said they didn’t expect the story to receive national attention

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