WASHINGTON — The United Food and Commercial Workers Union and its umbrella group, Change to Win, called the agreement reached between Congress and the White House to raise the nation's debt ceiling "a bad deal for workers." "Congress has failed to offer leadership toward job creation," said Joseph Hansen, chairman of Change to Win and the UFCW. "This legislation threatens the social safety net that seniors, children and the unemployed rely on. Even worse, leadership has capitulated to ...

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