Chris Buscaglia

Western Carwash Association

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Immediate Past President of the Western Carwash Association, and a car wash owner in Northern California

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Employers of low-wage workers in Los Angeles lead the nation for making employees work through breaks, for failing to pay the minimum wage, much less overtime --- and for taking…

Los Angeles: The Nation's Capital of Wage Theft

Employers of low-wage workers in Los Angeles lead the nation for making employees work through breaks, for failing to pay the minimum wage, much less overtime --- and for taking…

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