Workers With Disabilities Are Making Cents Per Hour -- and It's Legal

For many Americans, the idea of earning just cents per hour for one's labor is appalling, but for thousands of people with disabilities, it's an all too familiar reality. That's because a section of the 1938 Fair Labor Standards Act makes it legal for disabled workers to be paid subminimum wages under the assumption that they are not as productive as non-disabled workers.


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by Jack Delaney Truthout