Wis. disability advocates lobby for competitive wage jobs

10/5/2012 | Capital Times (Madison, Wis.), The

Disability rights advocates in Wisconsin and nationwide are pushing for competitive wages and employment opportunities in the community for all people with disabilities, regardless of the severity of their condition. Officials with community-based agencies contend they still need a sub-minimum wage option to ensure they can get jobs for people who work at low productivity levels.

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