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Nevada Urged to Fix Minimum Wage Loopholes

(Las Vegas Review-Journal, July 18)

Workers thought to be be cheated out of either a higher wage or health insurance.

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Women Aren't Making More - Men Are Just Making Less

(AZ Central, July 18)

A recent Bureau of Labor Statistics report notes that Arizona has one of the highest rates of female participation in the labor market.

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Hawaii Unemployment Rate in June Declines to 4.4%

(Pacific Business News, July 18)

June's jobless rate was unchanged from May, labor officials said.

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Rupert Murdoch May Not Take No for an Answer from Time Warner

(LA Times, July 17)

Consolidation of pay TV distributors means content providers such as Time Warner, Fox fear losing leverage.

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Digital TV Wars: How Hollywood Leverages Amazon, Netflix and Hulu

(THR, July 16)

With major deals for "South Park" and a new James Patterson show, bidding wars are emerging among the players.

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Los Angeles Sees 33.7% Surge in 2nd Quarter TV Production

(Variety, July 16)

A shift in the timing of TV production — with more early summer premieres — has led to a 33.7% surge in second-quarter TV activity in the Los Angeles region, according to a report by the FilmL.A. agency.

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Stagehands’ Union Brings ‘Save the Met’ Protest to Utah

(Salt Lake Tribune, July 16)

The International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees mounted protests outside movie theaters in 13 cities to call attention to a dispute the union is having with the Metropolitan Opera.

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