The latest federal snapshot of the working class shows that unions’ ranks are thinning amid a backlash against organized labor and a still sputtering economy. But labor's ranks are on an upswing in California and a few nearby states in the Southwest, the Los Angeles Times reports. The reason: Latino workers.
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