PUBLIC HEARING FOR LIVING WAGE IN CT
Support CT Workers Advocating for Living Wages!
Join workers from across Connecticut as they testify in front of the Labor and Public Employees Committee at a public hearing this Thursday.
Workers in Connecticut need at least $15 per hour. The purpose of this hearing for is for workers and community members to express the need for a living wage to legislators.
When: Thursday, February 9 from 12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Facebook event here.
How to help:
- Email your stories about the need for a living wage to Bridget Daley at email@example.com by WEDNESDAY!
The bills being discussed that need your support:
- H.B. No. 6208 (COMM) AN ACT INCREASING THE MINIMUM WAGE
- S.B. No. 13 (COMM) AN ACT CONCERNING THE MINIMUM FAIR WAGE
According to the Connecticut Citizens Action Group, the living wage in CT is actually $19.08 per hour. Click here to read the “Families Out of Balance” report produced by the Alliance for a Just Society. More here.