Are you worth feeding?

Are you important enough to have clean sheets when you check into a hotel?

Do your aging parents or your children deserve quality care?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you should be in favor of a living wage for the working people who make these things possible.

Typically, the anti-living wage group also opposes paying taxes for the health care of these workers or anything else to keep them alive. This system is only made sustainable by a steady supply of expendable people and the support of ordinary people who are misled or who truly don’t care.

DAVID RIECK

Janesville

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