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Hostess union workers have Plan B: ‘government-provided unemployment benefits’

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Hostess, the snack-making company, is going out of business after one of the employee unions within the company refused to end a strike despite being warned that it would drive the company under. But the union members have a back-up plan. “Most employees who lose their jobs should be eligible for government-provided unemployment benefits,” Hostess said, per the NBC story. It’s not as if Hostess...

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