Caregivers in Maryland Fight for Higher Wages Maryland state personal care providers who treat elderly disabled people earn $5 an hour -- less than minimum wage. Now they are fighting for higher wages.
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Caregivers in Maryland Fight for Higher Wages

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Caregivers in Maryland Fight for Higher Wages

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Caregivers in Maryland Fight for Higher Wages

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Maryland state personal care providers who treat elderly disabled people earn $5 an hour — less than minimum wage. Now they are fighting for higher wages.