Tuesday, April 12, 2016

California's Minimum Wage Bill : Crushing Business (Video)

What's worse about the catastrophic minimum wage increase is that Governor Brown admitted this bill will cause problems for small business and revenue flow in California, but he went ahead and signed the bill anyway.

The question remains, why would Jerry Brown sign a bill that he knows is not good for the state? I strongly believe it's in the DNA of all progressive socialist liberals that will not allow common sense or logic to rule their collective decisions.

Toeing the party agenda and ideology is who they are, and it's not a matter of doing the right thing, it's that the progressive has no choice. It's baked in. They are who they are, and rest assured they can be depended on to continue to be uncompromised by common sense, logic or even worse, the truth.

Under California’s Minimum Wage, This Bookstore Owner Is Struggling to Survive
Melissa Quinn / /     

After more than a decade at the helm of her bookstore, Ann Kinner faces an uncertain future because of new measures at the city and state level to raise the minimum wage.

On June 7, San Diego residents will vote on a ballot measure to raise the city’s minimum wage to $11.50 an hour in 2017. This proposal, coupled with a bill signed by Gov. Jerry Brown on Monday raising the state minimum wage to $15 an hour by 2022, has left Kinner in knots.

Over the last few years, the store owner has reduced her number of employees, lessened her business hours, and cut her own salary to keep up with increased labor costs.
“I just want to survive,” she told The Daily Signal.


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