A group of protesters marched across the Prospect Bridge at Interstate 70 on March 7 to call for unionization and higher minimum wages for fast-food workers.
A group of protesters marched across the Prospect Bridge at Interstate 70 on March 7 to call for unionization and higher minimum wages for fast-food workers. File photo by David Eulitt The Kansas City Star
A group of protesters marched across the Prospect Bridge at Interstate 70 on March 7 to call for unionization and higher minimum wages for fast-food workers. File photo by David Eulitt The Kansas City Star

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