Protesters push Target to lower barriers for job applicants with criminal records

200 protesters marched into Target's Minneapolis headquarters, calling on the company to do more to help people with criminal records find employment. Take Action Minnesota wants Target to be a leader on the issue. Human resources officials with the company agreed to meet with the group later this month.
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200 protesters marched into Target's Minneapolis headquarters, calling on the company to do more to help people with criminal records find employment. Take Action Minnesota wants Target to be a leader on the issue. Human resources officials with the company agreed to meet with the group later this month.

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