A look at wage inequality among people with disabilities.
Would you work for less than minimum wage? That’s the reality for thousands of disabled workers. A Depression-era law allows employers to pay disabled employees anything, with no wage floor. Opponents to the law say it’s akin to exploitation. Supporters say the law gives disabled workers a chance they wouldn’t have otherwise. So, is this practice exploitation or opportunity? We’ll talk more about it at 7:30pm ET.