Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Dead-Tree Fight For $15 Fair-Wage???

Newspaper offers advice on a wage they aren't paying all of their carriers. Checkit:

Why Kansas City's push to raise wages is a better strategy than Trump's tax cuts for businesses

Kansas Citians who support higher wages for the poor and middle class must now keep their eyes on City Hall and Washington. In October, the full Kansas City Council is expected to finally consider a proposal requiring companies doing business with the city to pay the $10 an hour minimum wage approved by voters.

3 Comments:

Anonymous said...

That should be enough to rent an apartment in Two Light.

Anonymous said...

Star still going to get subsidies to keep the building afloat?

Anonymous said...

Why telling businesses how to spend their money is a bad libtard mess of and idea.......