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Published: Friday, Sept. 14 2012 3:55 p.m. MDT

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My2Cents
Taylorsville, UT

This is what its all about in restoring and putting America back on track to recovery and economic growth. Only by a well paid workforce can the economy recover and prosperity become way of life and not a forgotten right.

Economic recovery has to start with middle income and wages reaching $250,000/yr like it should be. With higher wages we can afford health care insurance and even pay for new clothes and food without having to buy it with credit card debt.

Tomorrow the news media and anti labor rights by enthusiastic business owners will be condemning this step to recovery as a violent and non sustainable cost to taxpayers. Oraganized labor is a right of workers and irrelevant by party affiliation. Oragainized negotiaons of personal value is the right of every amrican citizens and is not limited to CEO's.

If CEO, city managers, police chiefs, and corporate heads of business can hire a lawyer to negotiate a persons value then so can the lowest of workers. Organized labor secures and keeps illegal aliens out of illegal jobs, and stops business from employing illegal labor and its our right as republican or democrat or muslim.

Tyler McArthur
South Jordan, UT

They couldn't work this out over the summer?

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