Labor and employment results from the 2016 election on Tuesday appear contradictory.

In Republican Donald Trump, voters chose a candidate who has offered little direct insight into his labor and employment policies, but who has publicly stated anti-regulatory intentions. But at the same time, voters in several states approved ballot measures that actually added more protections for workers, such as paid sick leave and higher minimum wages.

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