1. Fast food workers are finding out they can have a living wage, and join a union to protect their futures.

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    On April 15th, 2015, workers across the nation fought for a $15 minimum wage, an end to illegal wage theft and hour cutting and an end to union busting. Companies that underpay their workers cost taxpayers millions in public assistance.

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    Robert Reich worked as an economist for both Republican (Gerald Ford) and Democratic (Jimmy Carter) administrations, and was Secretary of Labor for Bill Clinton. Now an author and speaker, he advocates for sanity in economic policy for the benefit of everyone. On April 15, 2015, as workers took over a McDonald's restaurant in Oakland, he come to offer his support and to remind the press that trickle down, doesn't. And a living wage benefits even the wealthy.

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    Sprouts claims to be a farmers market, but is actually a corporate grocery story with no local farmers and little local produce. They pay their workers low wages and practice union busting. On April 15th, 2015, as farmers educated the public about Sprouts' plan to pave over the Gill Tract Farm, Sprouts employees locked out an elderly veteran who simply wanted to shop.

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Peter Menchini – Maya Media Plus

Corporations who pay low wages to their workers get a free handout from the government as taxpayers must pick up the slack. Everyone deserves a living wage.

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