Fast food company Burger King is taking on the Trump administration's decision to reverse the landmark 2015 net neutrality rules and making fun of the top U.S. telecommunications regulator in doing so.
On CNN, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) explained that Republican refusal to make corporations pay their fair share is the obstruction that is allowing companies like Burger King to avoid taxes by moving to Canada.
On Thursday, thousands of fast food workers across the nation walked out on their shifts to protest the low wages and lack of union representation in their industry.
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