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Working Lunch: An interview with a tip credit movement advocate

The co-founder of Restaurant Workers of America details the group's plans

The same group of restaurant servers that got Maine's tip credit reinstated is rapidly organizing around the country and recruiting new members to stop other states and cities from trying to cut a large portion of their income. Joshua Chaisson, the co-founder of Restaurant Workers of America, talks to the Align Crew about the group's strategy, how they are funded and the message about basic math they are taking all over the country.

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