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Gov. Tom Ridge with Chair Catherine E. Lhamon; Vice Chair Patricia Timmons-Goodson; Commissioners Debo Adegbile, Gail Heriot, David Kladney, Peter Kirsanow, and Karen Narasaki; and Staff Director Mauro Morales at our briefing on subminimum wages for people with disabilities, November 2019

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    Updated: July 08, 2020