Friday, July 28, 2006

Chicago’s Message - New York Times

Chicago’s Message - New York Times:
"The anti-Wal-Mart movement collided with the growing national debate about minimum wages in Chicago this week. The city council passed an ordinance requiring big retailers to pay higher wages and benefits than other businesses must. Legal challenges are bound to follow, but the council’s action should be taken as another sign that while Washington ignores the problem of living wages for workers, the rest of the country is growing very concerned."

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