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Good Jobs Nation Jul 18
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Business for Fair MinWage Jul 18
"Paychecks Lag as Profits Soar" - If workers’ share of national income had not shrunk since 2000, when unemployment last fell below 4%, they would have had an additional $532 billion, or about $3,400 each.
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Patriotic Millionaires Jul 11
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Matt Brown Jul 18
Right now, minimum wage in Rhode Island is below the federal poverty line for a family of four. That’s wrong and Rhode Islanders deserve better. We need to .
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Business for Fair MinWage Jul 18
"Worker wages drop while companies spend billions to boost stocks" Corporations set a record in Q2, announcing $433 billion worth of buybacks - nearly doubling the previous record set in Q1. via
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Dr. Dawn Barlow For Congress Jul 17
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diane #ForAll straub Jul 12
Replying to @didikins4life
Today, a nearly unprecedented one in every seven workers is being denied a pay raise, leading experts to conclude that wages will likely stay stagnant for workers across the entire country during the Trump presidency/6
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Governor Tom Wolf Jul 11
From the time I took office through 2024, I will have more than doubled the for commonwealth employees. But the rest of PA’s workers are falling behind. The Republican-controlled legislature needs to take action to for all PA’ians.
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Good Jobs Nation Jul 19
Captain obvious - Duh...
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Kellan Shipton Jul 11
hey your workers deserve safe and secure employment and living wages. maybe can take a pay cut so his employees can EAT? just a thought.
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Raise Up Missouri Jul 18
“Over the past 12 months, piddling wage gains — combined with modest inflation — have left the vast majority of our nation’s laborers with lower real hourly earnings than they had in May 2017.” We're ready to , are you?
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Good Jobs Nation Jul 15
Nobody who works full time should have to struggle like this.
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House Appropriations Dems Jul 11
. offers an amendment to increase the federal minimum wage, in stages, to $15 an hour by 2025.
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Michela Skelton Jul 19
Corp tax cuts=stock market up but worker pay flat or falls bc of inflation. so workers share the gains
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PuertoRicanSpic Jul 11
fighting for a pork chop on the plate social politics and economics.
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Raise Up Missouri 19h
No matter what the poverty rate is, the fact remains that too many Missourians are struggling to get by, and they are working! We must to end this cycle
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Raise Up Missouri 23h
Prices keep growing but the minimum wage has barely budged! Missouri workers deserve a wage that can keep up with the cost of basic necessities
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Jonathan Schleifer Jul 16
The news is out - we're excited to partner with Arkansans for a Fair Wage to raise the minimum wage in Arkansas from $8.50/hr. minimum to $11. Minimum wage increases are all that low-wage workers can count on in this economy.
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V. Hare 2h
Broken empathy or none to begin with. !!
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Art Haywood 3h
Yet another example strong argument for raising the wage. Pennsylvanians cannot get by on $7.25 a hour.
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