Income Inequality and Living wage


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    The minimum wage should keep pace with inflation and living expenses. A job that only pays the current minimum wage cannotprovide for a family.

    Michael Thomas Deeley

    City Councilor,
    Medical Lake, Washington

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    I support EQUAL pay for EQUAL work for women and the includes a woman becoming the President of the United States as well as making sure the U.S. SUPREME COURT is composed of 5 women and 4 men so that all women receive a fair treatment when making decisions about women.

    M. V. Vinny Mendoza

    U.S. Senate,
    Ponchatoula, Louisiana

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    To fulfill the promise of equal opportunity for all, we need to provide our people a living wage. This is one area where one size clearly does not fit all. In a city like Berkeley, a living wage will be higher than other areas. We need a wage that will allow low paid workers to have a chance to live in our city. We can't make that jump all at once but we can commit to getting there over time.

    Vincent Casalaina

    Central Committee,
    Berkeley, California

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    I strongly support the abolition of income inequality. I also fully support a living wage for everyone. A person who works 40 hours per week should be able to make enough to purchase decent food, shelter and clothing. They should be able to afford childcare and be able to accumulate some savings. That is not the reality today. Today many people are working more than one job to make ends meet.

    Lenore Albert-Sheridan

    State Assembly,
    Huntington Beach

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    I strongly believe that income inequality is absolutely hurting this country, and that all workers deserve a wage allowing them basic life necessities.

    Hugh Rothman

    Central Committee,
    San Diego, California

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    I don't have to pretend. My adjusted gross income was 6344.00 for 2015. Hillary work a 12,000.00 suit to a income equality speech. Mocking her attendees. I am solidly with the 99% because I am the 99%.

    Cherunda Fox

    President,
    Detroit, Michigan

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