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Black Friday: From Pre-Deals To Debate Over Retail Workers

A Black Friday advertisement for Target is seen on an iPad in Annapolis, Maryland November 16, 2014. Black Friday is coming early this year to retailers, as many plan to open on November 27, Thanksgiving Day. (Jim Watson/AFP/Getty Images)
A Black Friday advertisement for Target is seen on an iPad in Annapolis, Maryland November 16, 2014. Black Friday is coming early this year to retailers, as many plan to open on November 27, Thanksgiving Day. (Jim Watson/AFP/Getty Images)

On this day before Thanksgiving, stores and shoppers are preparing for Black Friday, but as some have been noting, Black Friday may be coming early this year. A number of retailers, from Target to the Gap, are already offering Black Friday-like deals.

Jordan Weissmann of Slate joins Here & Now’s Lisa Mullins to take a look at which stores will be open Thanksgiving and what that means for workers.

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