French protest labor changes but fewer take to the streets

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French protest labor changes but fewer take to the streets

Protestors shout during a demonstration against the labor reforms in Paris, Thursday, Oct. 19 2017. Unions are still protesting a first set of labor measures that Macron signed last month, aimed at making it easier for firms to hire and fire and reducing the power of national collective bargaining. (AP Photo/Thibault Camus)
Protestors march during a demonstration against the labor reforms in Paris, Thursday, Oct. 19 2017 in Paris. Unions are still protesting a first set of labor measures that Macron signed last month, aimed at making it easier for firms to hire and fire and reducing the power of national collective bargaining. (AP Photo/Thibault Camus)
Protestors march during a demonstration against the labor reforms in Paris, Thursday, Oct. 19 2017 in Paris. Unions are still protesting a first set of labor measures that Macron signed last month, aimed at making it easier for firms to hire and fire and reducing the power of national collective bargaining. (AP Photo/Thibault Camus)

French protest labor changes but fewer take to the streets

Protestors shout during a demonstration against the labor reforms in Paris, Thursday, Oct. 19 2017. Unions are still protesting a first set of labor measures that Macron signed last month, aimed at making it easier for firms to hire and fire and reducing the power of national collective bargaining. (AP Photo/Thibault Camus)
Protestors march during a demonstration against the labor reforms in Paris, Thursday, Oct. 19 2017 in Paris. Unions are still protesting a first set of labor measures that Macron signed last month, aimed at making it easier for firms to hire and fire and reducing the power of national collective bargaining. (AP Photo/Thibault Camus)
Protestors march during a demonstration against the labor reforms in Paris, Thursday, Oct. 19 2017 in Paris. Unions are still protesting a first set of labor measures that Macron signed last month, aimed at making it easier for firms to hire and fire and reducing the power of national collective bargaining. (AP Photo/Thibault Camus)
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