Does This Sound Like The Happiest Place On Earth? Not For Anaheim Taxpayers And 25,000 Disney Employees!

“Disney has benefited for years from public monies from the City of Anaheim; yet it refuses to pay its employees the required living wage. This defiance of Measure L is furthering the very real struggles of its workers. Does this sound like the happiest workplace on earth?” asserts attorney Randy Renick, who represents employees in a class action lawsuit against Disney.

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