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Don’t tread the line: How Sin City can lead the #MeToo movement

The Culinary Union also strives to protect all workers. “We’ve been fighting for many, many years for women to be treated equally and have respect and dignity in our jobs,” said Secretary-Treasurer Geoconda Arguello-Kline. The union is currently in negotiations for 50,000 workers in Las Vegas. They’re pushing for “strong protections for worker safety, including safety buttons and language protecting against sexual harassment and gender discrimination,” according to a February statement. The buttons would be connected to Wi-Fi, so that when workers enter rooms, they have instant access to security if they sense danger.

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