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Center Opening To Aid Employees In Labor Rights Issues

The Indiana AFL-CIO already helps employees with worker rights issues, but the new worker center aims to specifically assist low-income, non-union employees.

A worker justice center aimed at help workers deal with a variety of issues, including wage theft, unemployment and immigration, is opening in Indianapolis.

The Indiana AFL-CIO says there are more than 200 such centers throughout the country, but the Indianapolis Worker Justice Center is the first of its kind in central Indiana.

The center specifically aims to assist low-wage, non-union employees.

An opening reception is planned for tonight in Indianapolis.

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