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Last week, a fire in San Francisco's Mission District displaced 18 families, most of whom were low-income, long-time Latino residents. This is who they are.
Every day, American employees and consumers sign contracts with an arbitration clause in the fine print. By doing so, they agree to resolve any future disagreements in front of a private legal system rather than a judge. It allows them to sidestep our tortuous legal system, but is it fair?