Kansas City Spring Cleaning Protest Truism: Janitors Deserve Higher Pay

No argument here . . . We only lament that lesser politicos signed on to a "protest" effort that doesn't really have any opposition. 

Here's the flex . . . In betwixt Spring cleaning sessions . . .

"Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Local 1 is also pushing for higher wages and meaningful benefits, but that paid sick time issue is a real sticking point to these employees who have hygiene as a part of their job description."

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Scrubbing through the pandemic, Kansas City urges pay increases for janitors

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - They clean the toilets, vacuum the floors, and take out the garbage. They are janitors. And on Thursday the Kansas City Council passed a special resolution urging building owners to include paid sick days as a part of an upcoming union contract.