Nearly 200 protesters demanding a higher minimum wage and better hours for Wal-Mart workers blocked traffic at a major Rancho Cordova intersection Friday morning, part of a nationwide planned protest by some employees and UFCW union members.
Nearly 200 protesters demanding a higher minimum wage and better hours for Wal-Mart workers blocked traffic at a major Rancho Cordova intersection Friday morning, part of a nationwide planned protest by some employees and UFCW union members. Darrell Smith dsmith@sacbee.com
Nearly 200 protesters demanding a higher minimum wage and better hours for Wal-Mart workers blocked traffic at a major Rancho Cordova intersection Friday morning, part of a nationwide planned protest by some employees and UFCW union members. Darrell Smith dsmith@sacbee.com

UPDATE: Protests lead to arrests at a Rancho Cordova Walmart, Arden Fair mall

November 28, 2014 04:00 AM

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