Advocates in Georgia want Gov. Brian Kemp to delay the opening of a poultry plant where six people died last month due to a chemical... Workers’ rights groups want Kemp to delay reopening of poultry plant

Advocates in Georgia want Gov. Brian Kemp to delay the opening of a poultry plant where six people died last month due to a chemical leak. A coalition has written a letter addressed to the governor calling for an inspection to make sure the plant is safe before workers go back. Shelly Anand heads the workers’ rights group Sur Legal Collaborative, one of the organizations in the coalition. She says being a pro-business state also means protecting workers.

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