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Raise the minimum wage to $ 15.00 an hour -Tampa, FLoridaOut of all developed nations, the United States has the most unequal distribution of wealth. Middle class wages have remained stagnant, while the top 1% have seen 95% of the gains. Raising the minimum wage is one of the best ways to combat income inequality and give Americans a raise.
DON'T LET NESTLE DRAIN US DRYThis issue is important because: - Nestle has an environmental impact on our watershed, - Nestle contributes little or nothing to our tax base, - Nestle pays little or nothing for the water they take, - Water is shipped off and doesn't re-enter our watershed, - Michigan citizens do not gain anything by the increase, - Nestle demonstrated miserly behavior in a time of need. Corporations which do not demonstrate beneficial citizenship should not be subsidized with hundreds of millions of dollars in resources and tax breaks. The Great Lakes water basin holds 20% of the Earth's fresh water, and should be regarded with care.
Raise the minimum wage to $10.10 in Clearlake, CAOut of all developed nations, the United States has the most unequal distribution of wealth. Middle class wages have remained stagnant, while the top 1% have seen 95% of the gains. Raising the minimum wage is one of the best ways to combat income inequality and give Americans a raise.
RAISE THE MINIMUM WAGE TO $10 AN HOUR IN ROSWELL!Out of all developed nations, the United States has the most unequal distribution of wealth. Middle class wages have remained stagnant, while the top 1% have seen 95% of the gains. Raising the minimum wage is the one of the best ways to combat income inequality and give Americans a raise.
Raise the minimum wage to $10.50 per hour in Burbank, CAOut of all developed nations, the United States has the most unequal distribution of wealth. Middle class wages have remained stagnant, while the top 1% have seen 95% of the gains. Consumerism is 70% of the US economy. The top 1% do very little to stimulate the economy as they consume very little and are too few in number. Taxes have not been raised on the well-to-do to re-distribute income that has become too concentrated at the top. Raising the minimum wage is one of the best ways to combat income inequality and give Americans a raise. Keeping working people underpaid and underutilized is a failed policy that has obvious consequences for an economy that, for most people, still hasn't come out of recession. American workers have increased their productivity by leaps and bounds, but have received none of the rewards that go with accomplishment--greater prosperity for themselves and a thriving economy. It is only fair that we begin to restore equality with a raise for all working people in Burbank and the nation. Historically, raising wages has had a positive effect on the jobs picture and will not cost jobs.
Eliminate Direct Corporate Campaign Contributions in VermontSince 1907, federal candidates have been barred from accepting direct corporate contributions. Unfortunately, in Vermont candidates can accept contributions directly from corporate bank accounts. This prevents us from knowing the individuals behind those contributions. Matt Dunne, candidate for governor, has long believed that Vermont should eliminate direct corporate contributions to political campaigns to increase transparency and ensure that people – not corporations – hold the true power in our elections and in our government. That is why Matt has returned thousands of dollars in direct corporate contributions and called on the Vermont Legislature to introduce legislation that would eliminate all direct corporate donations to Vermont political campaigns. Stand with us in calling on the Vermont Legislature to eliminate direct corporate contributions to political campaigns. Sign the petition today!
Stop the delays: Fully fund our schoolsIt's been four years since the Washington Supreme Court ruled the state legislature was failing its constitutional duty to fund our schools. It's been nearly two years since the Supreme Court found the legislature to be in contempt of court for failing to comply with the court order. This is unacceptable, and we're fed up.
Raising Minimum Wage Up To $12.75 In Montana State.Signing this petition is vary important to sign because we are trying to raise minimum wage a more liveable wage, so that hard working America's can survive on a increase wage to provide for his/her family. Raising this minimum wage up to $12.75 a hour, Is a good wage for everyone in the Employment field and it wouldn't hurt our government system to support the increase of minimum wage. The Montana citizens are tired of working for dirt poor wages, making it hard to provide for yourself and for your families, its time to raise minimum wage here in Montana state. And it all starts with everyone signatures on this petition.
Save Our Bus Service- No to CARTA CutsAfter peaking in 2014, CARTA bus ridership has been declining. The cuts proposed will put CARTA into a downward spiral of cuts in service, lost ridership and revenue and more cuts in service. We need transit which goes to work, shopping, healthcare, educaiton, recreation and the beach to provide mobility, dignity and opportunity for everyone in the Charelston area.
Stand up for fair elections in DC - support legislation to amplify the voices of small donorsBy passing a small donor empowerment bill in the District of Columbia, we can fight the influence of big money, empower our communities, and ensure every voter’s voice matters in our elections. These programs provide limited public matching funds to candidates who demonstrate robust public support and don’t accept large contributions or contributions from special interests or corporations. With this legislation, candidates will be able to focus their attention on people like me to support their campaign, instead of wealthy donors.
DFNYC petition to State Legislators- Pass the Voter Empowerment Act!The Voter Empowerment Act will require the Board of Elections to automatically register all eligible citizens in New York state to vote. Citizens would no longer need to register to vote, and would be able to opt-out online if they don't want to be registered. In addition, this would also require online voter registration tools to be provided, so citizens may update their addresses and find new voting locations quickly. The bill would also require the pre-registration of 16 and 17 year olds so that they may easily be added as active voters when they turn 18.