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Gabe Morgan, president of the Service Employees International Union Pennsylvania State Council, poses for a portrait at the union's office in Philadelphia on Wednesday, March 13, 2013. The SEIU, which represents nurses and lower-wage service employees including janitors, security, hospital, home health and child care workers, has doubled in size since 1996, to 2.1 million workers. "If you're a low-wage worker living on the north side of Philadelphia or the West Side of Chicago, the only person who owns a house or has a lawn mower, ... the only person making a decent living is someone with a union job," he says. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)

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Gabe Morgan, president of the Service Employees International Union Pennsylvania State Council, poses for a portrait at the union's office in Philadelphia on Wednesday, March 13, 2013. The SEIU, which represents nurses and lower-wage service employees including janitors, security, hospital, home health and child care workers, has doubled in size since 1996, to 2.1 million workers. "If you're a low-wage worker living on the north side of Philadelphia or the West Side of Chicago, the only person who owns a house or has a lawn mower, ... the only person making a decent living is someone with a union job," he says. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)
Gabe Morgan, president of the Service Employees International Union Pennsylvania State Council, poses for a portrait at the union's office in Philadelphia on Wednesday, March 13, 2013. The SEIU, which represents nurses and lower-wage service employees including janitors, security, hospital, home health and child care workers, has doubled in size since 1996, to 2.1 million workers. "If you're a low-wage worker living on the north side of Philadelphia or the West Side of Chicago, the only person who owns a house or has a lawn mower, ... the only person making a decent living is someone with a union job," he says. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)
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