Debunking The Republican Lies – Of Course There’s No Republican War On The Poor – ‘Governor Bans Minimum Wage Increases And Paid Sick Leave Laws’


The Last Of The Millenniums

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I can understand the right for someone to vote against raising the minimum wage…….but BANNING cities from passing higher wages?

BANNING cities from enacting PAID SICK days?

BANNING cities from VACATION REQUIREMENTS?

BANNING????

Did she BAN Corporations from giving out bonuses?

Did she BAN corporations from enacting sick day?

Did she BAN corporations from giving vacations?

  • No.

Just BANNING the middle class…….

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‘At a time when many states and cities are working passing minimum wage increases, Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin (R) has gone in the opposite direction and signed a law banning cities from passing higher wages. The bill also bans them from enacting paid sick days or vacation requirements’.

(Bloggers Note : I live in Washington State where we have the highest minimum wage in the Nation. The legislation was passed in 1998 and the minimum wage raises with inflation. Strangely NOT ONE of the…

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One Response to Debunking The Republican Lies – Of Course There’s No Republican War On The Poor – ‘Governor Bans Minimum Wage Increases And Paid Sick Leave Laws’

  1. fatherkane says:

    Many thanks for the reblog.
    I almost thought this was a story out of Onion at first. But to actually ban city governments from raising the minimum wage?
    The middle class – expendable, cheap, labor.

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