Anthony Rodriguez, seen with fiancee Melinda Prothero and their son, Maximus, 2, in El Monte, Calif., said he can’t get more shifts at Wal-Mart and finds little solace in getting a raise next year.
Anthony Rodriguez, seen with fiancee Melinda Prothero and their son, Maximus, 2, in El Monte, Calif., said he can’t get more shifts at Wal-Mart and finds little solace in getting a raise next year. DAVID WALTER BANKS NYT
Anthony Rodriguez, seen with fiancee Melinda Prothero and their son, Maximus, 2, in El Monte, Calif., said he can’t get more shifts at Wal-Mart and finds little solace in getting a raise next year. DAVID WALTER BANKS NYT

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