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The Fairness Project 3h
Women make up nearly two-thirds of the roughly 24 million workers in low-wage jobs -- women and families suffer when they’re not paid fairly.
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Good Jobs Nation 1m
The truth is that Trump could take action right now to deliver “better wages” for these workers. All it would take is the stroke of the pen.
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Senator Art Haywood 4h
Thank you to The Philadelphia Tribune for covering my thoughts on . We need to give hardworking individuals a livable wage sooner rather than later.
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Good Jobs Nation 2h
As federal contractor workers come under attack, pro-union groups like Good Jobs Nation are planning campaigns to defend them
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NELP Sep 12
A growing body of evidence favors raising the minimum wage. "Lo and behold, the study found, jobs as well as wages went up, “in a pattern that suggests, if anything, that the minimum wage caused employment to expand.""
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Good Jobs Nation 4h
She serves our troops every day. She deserves a living wage
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Toomey & Kavanaugh had a 'delightful' chat 3h
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Mayor Rahm Emanuel Sep 12
A new study from shows that the recent minimum wage increase in Chicago and in other cities across the nation boosts pay for working families, but does not have a harmful effect on jobs.
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The Fairness Project 5h
Proud of the team over at Raise Up New Hampshire!
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Patriotic Millionaires 12h
You hear that? It's far past time to
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Jeanie Donovan 9h
Depresssing statistic of the day: 67,000 Louisiana workers worked full-time year-round last year and still fell below the poverty line. Just waiting on that big federal tax cut to trickle down, I suppose.
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RaisingWagesCLT 3h
Workers discuss real issues that come with earning an hourly wage. These conversations must be at the forefront this election season! @ International House
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Crystal Quade Sep 10
MOs minimum wage is $7.85. At full time, 40hrs a week, 52 week’s a year, that is still less than $18,000 a year. I believe that full time workers should never struggle to make ends meet. Join me and vote “yes” in November.
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Kip Kendrick 14h
This is so important. A will improve the lives of parents and children all across Missouri. It's time to .
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The Fairness Project 8h
Everyone deserves a living wage.
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Tony Wyche Sep 17
100,000 Missouri seniors and near retirees have to work for minimum wage just to make ends meet. Let's
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Yes On Proposition B 7h
It’s time to hit the ground running and spread the word about Prop B! Join the team to help this November. Volunteer with >>
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Good Jobs Nation 10h
No one who works full time should have to live in poverty
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pattiinnewyork Sep 8
Replying to @pattiinnewyork
American taxpayers MUST stop subsidizing rich corporations! Pay your workers! on multi million dollar corporations or pay a tax!
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Good Jobs Nation 8h
RT if you think our taxpayer dollars should do better
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