“The bottom line is that we will not survive if we don’t get our labor costs down substantially.”
Pittsburgh Democrats want to raise Pa.’s minimum wage, but getting state Republicans on board won’t be easy
Whether your state rep. or senator supports raising the minimum wage depends on if there’s a “D” or “R” after his name.
The unionized cleaners are starting off the season without a contract.
A $15 minimum wage could be coming to more city contractors.
The problem was bad in 2005. It’s even worse now.
Can Pittsburgh find a way to raise the minimum wage for all workers?