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S. soldiers advising them say there are many layers of loyalty in Iraq. “If you were to say to any Iraqi, what is your No. 1 loyalty, it will always be to their family, and then you can ask what’s your No. 2 loyalty, and it will always be to their tribe, and their No. 3 loyalty would be to their sect,” says Lt. Col. Mark Meadows, who commands a cavalry regiment of the 10th Mountain Division. “No. ” l With Ben Gilbert in Baghdad, and additional reporting from Iraq OF INSULT AND INJURY Why soldiers harmed in war take unfair financial hits By Alex Kingsbury I n 2004, two weeks before Christmas, an Army National Guard staff sergeant’s humvee was hit by a truck while under enemy fire in Iraq.
Ar- of the Cleveland afl-cio. , for example, set a political sense to it? ” Values. 20. In the past decade, the minimum-wage campaign is a fall ballot campaigns. In Ohio, restauvoters in 130 cities and counties have ap- chance to appeal to voters’ spiritual val- rant and business groups are girding for ues with a social justice issue. In Ohio, battle. Opponents like Gary Lucarelli, proved similar laws. The activists quickly began trying to known for its evangelical churches and head of the Cleveland Area Restaurant broaden their efforts, shifting their at- strident conservatism, that’s especially Association, says the wage increase tention to minimum wage laws.
And not just in Ohio. 15 per hour. Now Democrats want to put the issue on the ballot this fall in at least seven SCOTT GOLDSMITH—AURORA FOR USN&WR states, including battlegrounds like Arizona and Ohio— a move they say could boost Election Day turnout. Change of venue. The federal government hasn’t budged on the minimum wage in nearly a decade. 15 an hour ($10,712 a year), its value has eroded so much that the 2 million Americans earning the minimum wage or below today can buy less in real terms now than at almost any time in the last half century.