More Compromise on Oregon's Minimum Wage

Governor Brown is already compromising and working with big business and other interests to crush the $15 ballot measure without providing a $15 minimum wage to anyone in the state, not in three years, not even in six years. Now her proposal is $14.50 for the Portland area and $13.25 for the rest of the state. Both down from from the first proposal of $15.52 and $13.50 respectively. The phase in is still a ridiculously long 6 years.

Read more about the latest compromise at Oregonlive.

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