Getting Her Due: Ever noticed a sniffling check-out clerk when going through a grocery line and wondered why they didn’t stay home? Tasha West Baker says some of them can’t afford to. Tasha works as a checker at a local Safeway store in Seattle. She became an activist to get paid sick days and she helped change the law there.
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