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Amazon Takes On Bernie Sanders Over Who's More Progressive

Senator Bernie Sanders will travel to Alabama this week to show support for Amazon warehouse workers looking to unionize. Ahead of the senator's visit, the company opted to blast the Vermont politician — and frequent Amazon critic — defending its company values but also take a swipe at him over the $15 minimum wage debate. In a tweet, executive Dave Clark said he often referred to Amazon as the "Bernie Sanders of employers" because of its progressive workplace. But, documents suggest otherwise.

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    Bernie Sanders, Danny Glover, Killer Mike to visit Bessemer Amazon union effort

    Bernie Sanders, Danny Glover, Killer Mike to visit Bessemer Amazon union effort

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    Amazon Fights to Stop Alabama Workers From Forming A Union

    Amazon Fights to Stop Alabama Workers From Forming A Union

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    In what some call a big test of the U.S. labor movement, Amazon's warehouse workers in Alabama are deciding whether they want to form a union. The company has made its position on this issue abundantly clear, putting forth union-busting efforts to sway votes. Workers started casting their ballots on Feb. 8 and can do so until March 29. Learn more on why workers are petitioning for a union and the impact it could have on one of the world's biggest tech companies.

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