POP Minimum Wage Campaign

Rose Parade Glitz Hides Pasadena Poverty and Inequality

But it won’t be a happy new year for thousands of Pasadena workers and their families if the Pasadena City Council freezes their wages. In this article today in Pasadena Now, Mark Maier and I look at the gap between Pasadena’s reputation and its reality: http://www.pasadenanow.com/main/guest-opinion-rose-parade-glitz-hides-pasadena-poverty-and-inequality.  Pasadena is the second most unequal city in California. Also, one quarter […]

POP Minimum Wage Campaign

PROTECT PASADENA WAGES

#protectpasadenawages Thanks to efforts by you and others, Pasadena adopted a minimum wage law in 2016 requiring employers with 26 or more employees to pay their workers $13.25/hour and employers with 25 or fewer employees paying $12/hour. This minimum wage law puts more dollars into the wallets of low-income earners. This benefits the entire Pasadena […]