Three former US Marines who work as dog handlers say their bosses at a major security firm treat the pups as pawns in an ongoing labor battle. The handlers filed new Manhattan federal court lawsuits last month accusing MSA Security, which patrols high-profile spots like the New York Stock Exchange, of targeting workers who support...
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