– The Week
California is the eighth largest economy in the world, comprised of many different demographic groups and great variances between economic conditions in different geographic areas. As the headline states, it may be the “perfect lab” to study a minimum wage hike. Although, the guinea pigs may disagree.
– Los Angeles Times
An interesting piece that argues that the Fourth Industrial Revolution has begun and the first victims are blue collar workers and the poor – eventually anyone making under $20/hour.
– Washington Post
Washington Post examines how “Corporate America” is beginning to change their stance as the public sentiment shifts dramatically on gay rights. Because pro-equality millennials are becoming a large block of consumers, businesses are listening to their concerns.
– Bloomberg News
Intrepid union organizer turned blogger turned journalist, Josh Eidelson, provides an insider retrospective of the Fight for $15 movement.