Unlevel Playing Field: How Taxpayers ...

Unlevel Playing Field: How Taxpayers Foot Walmart's Bills

There are 1 comment on the Frying Pan News story from Jun 19, 2013, titled Unlevel Playing Field: How Taxpayers Foot Walmart's Bills. In it, Frying Pan News reports that:

Walmart's expansion strategy for Los Angeles and other urban areas has been to avoid public oversight by choosing real estate that doesn't require public review - and, where possible, to secure public subsidies, often with little public scrutiny.

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tired in south gate

Los Angeles, CA

#1 Jun 19, 2013
You can't blame WalMart for the 20 million People in the United States that are receiving Food Stamps. And why is that the Union attack WalMart, and say nothing about Target Stores, who pay less per hour have less benefits and have just as many if not more law suits regarding workers rights. Here is a Web site regarding Food Stamps in the US.http://www.cbpp.org/cms/ind ex.cfm?fa=view&id=2226

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