Fast Food Nation

We live in a very litigious society quoted ibid 213

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Unformatted text preview: l D. Ferrell v IBP, Inc., United States District Court for the Northern District of Iowa, Western Division, March 6, 1999. “numerous, pervasive, and outrageous”: Quoted in “Labor Board Charges Monfort with Discrimination; Orders Reinstatement, Back Pay, and Union Election,” PR Newswire, April 12, 1990. See also James M. Biers, “Monfort Flouted Labor Laws,” Denver Post, November 4, 1995. 184 Colorado was one of the first states: See Ben Wear, “Lawmakers Seek Cure, Not Band-Aid; All Sides Cry Foul in Fight to Protect Interests,” Colorado Springs Gazette Telegraph, February 3, 1991; Karen Bowers, “The Big Hurt: Truth Is the First Casualty in the Political War over Amendment 11,” Denver Westword, October 19, 1994; and Stuart Steers, “Injured Workers Have Borne the Brunt of Workers’ Comp ‘Reform’ in Colorado,” Denver Westword, July 19, 1996. 185 U nder Colorado’s new law: The figures on missing digits and other injuries are from the 1999 Workers’ Compensation...
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