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Every day Amaia wakes up in the trailer owned by her company, 10X Farms. Her boss makes everyone get on an old school bus, they go out to the fields, and they work for 10 hours a day. Amaia receives no pay. 10X Farms maintains the cost of providing Amaia food and shelter is her pay. Is this treatment unconstitutional? Yes. Amaia should be paid. No. The company feeds Amaia. No. The company is private. Yes. Slavery was abolished.
  • DarrenMadx
Yes. Amaia should be paid. Even though she is getting free living, they still have to pay her or its consider slavery. Because slave never paid rent

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