Alternative ballot measure considered as labor union pushes effort to raise SF minimum wage

By Joshua Sabatini, SF Examiner

With the deadline looming to submit a November ballot measure to increase San Francisco’s minimum wage, tensions are mounting in the debate to develop an alternative to a proposal by labor leaders that would boost the wage to $15 by 2017.

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  1. If one’s annual gross income is $31,000 ($15/hourly) and one’s annual gross rent is $42,000 ($3,500/monthly), then one’s household economy is in disequilibrium. As a relevant aside, I recently gleaned that the European Union is consolidating while some beleaguered member sovereigns are stabilizing, financially, but emphasis will not be on growth, immediately following.

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