Saturday, June 2, 2007

More on the Bill of Rights

In the New York Times Steven Greenhouse also writes about the Bill of Rights for domestic workers.

Although the Bill has 15 supporters in the State Assembly, it may face rough going. The $14 minimum wage for domestic workers is much higher than the state-wide minimum wage of $7.15-an-hour. State officials state their discomfort with legislation that singles out a specific group for a higher minimum wage, especially one so much higher than the statewide minimum.

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3 comments:

saltyfemme said...

Hi there - I just found your blog. Great stuff. Thought you might be interested in a project this Tuesday, blog for domestic workers justice day. More info here, hope you'll join us!
http://saltyfemme.com/2007/05/19/blog-for-domestic-workers-on-tuesday-june-5th/

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