About 23 percent of Americans wanting work can’t find it. Most jobs are temp or part-time low pay ones with no futures.
The group wants the UN to compensate victims, apologize to Haiti for introducing the disease, and launch a major effort to improve sanitation.
A Boston-based human rights group said Wednesday it will sue the United Nations in 60 days if the world body does not agree to compensate Haitian cholera victims, apologize to the Caribbean nation for introducing the disease through its peacekeeping force, and launch a major effort to improve sanitation. Lawyers for the Institute for Justice and