Tag Archives: Living Wage

Richard Croxdale :
METRO | San Marcos’s limited minimum wage law has gotten little attention

The law, in force since last November, applies only to businesses seeking economic incentives. By Richard Croxdale | The Rag Blog | June 12, 2017 SAN MARCOS, Texas — $15 an hour x 40 hours a week = $600 a … finish reading Richard Croxdale :
METRO | San Marcos’s limited minimum wage law has gotten little attention

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William Rogers :
METRO | ‘Fight for $15’ comes to UT-Austin

One reason workers aren’t making a living wage at UT is that there has not been an across-the-board cost of living pay increase in more than 10 years. By William Rogers | The Rag Blog | January 26, 2015 On … finish reading William Rogers :
METRO | ‘Fight for $15’ comes to UT-Austin

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Lamar W. Hankins : The March for Jobs and Freedom After 50 Years

50 years later:The March for Jobs and Freedom While King’s ‘I Have a Dream’ speech is clearly worthy of distinction, our memories of the event have shunted aside one of the primary purposes of the March: to push for a … finish reading Lamar W. Hankins : The March for Jobs and Freedom After 50 Years

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Harry Targ : Human Sustainability and the Living Wage

Image from This Magazine The jobs/income problem:How do we sustain human life? Given the vision that animates the progressive majority and the need to build broad coalitions, rebuilding living wage campaigns could be an important part of its organizing future. … finish reading Harry Targ : Human Sustainability and the Living Wage

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