Brett Murphy

USA Today

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Investigative reporter for USA Today.

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Truckers who work the ports in LA and Long Beach went on strike this week. Some port truckers regularly work 20-hour days for little pay -- one man made just 67 cents a week.

Port truckers are modern day indentured servants, investigation suggests

Truckers who work the ports in LA and Long Beach went on strike this week. Some port truckers regularly work 20-hour days for little pay -- one man made just 67 cents a week.

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