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Frito-Lay workers picket in Kansas, demanding end to 84-hour work weeks

Hundreds of Frito-Lay workers are walking picket lines in Topeka, Kansas, demanding an end to mandatory overtime and 84-hour weeks induced by an increased appetite for snack food nationwide during the pandemic. Many of the plant's 800-plus workers toil seven days a week and up to 12 hours a shift, getting only eight hours between the end of the work day and the new one.
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