Hollywood’s janitors swept out of jobs by dual strikes

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By Jorge Garcia LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Yolanda Cendejas was let go from her job as a studio janitor on May 5, days after Hollywood writers went on strike, leaving the Los Angeles resident without income and the health insurance she needs to cover treatment for her diabetes. She was forced to return to her native Mexico in July to have a non-malignant tumor removed. “You start to think your savings are not great, your medication is expensive, and other expenses to cover are difficult,” said Cendejas, 43. “I feel bad. At night, there are times that yes, I start to think, and it really is sad fo…

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