Breaking News (SF Examiner Opinion Editorial by VP Larry Bradshaw): Mayor’s San Francisco doesn’t work for everyone

Larry Bradshaw is vice president of SEIU's Local 1021 and a San Francisco paramedic. Here he speaks outside City Hall at a recent rally against tax breaks for wealthy corporations.

Larry Bradshaw is vice president of SEIU’s Local 1021 and a San Francisco paramedic. Here he speaks outside City Hall at a recent rally against tax breaks for wealthy corporations.

On April 17, 2014, the San Francisco Examiner  published our Vice President Larry Bradshaw’s opinion editorial.

See an except here:

San Francisco needs a raise — and a mayor who is committed to the fight against economic inequality. Working families are being pushed out of San Francisco at record rates. Those who remain struggle with an ever-higher cost of living. Mayor Ed Lee’s San Francisco doesn’t work for a lot of us.

That’s why Service Employees International Union Local 1021 filed a ballot initiative last week that seeks to raise the minimum wage to $15 for all San Franciscans by 2017. It’s part of our larger platform to tackle economic inequality in The City. That includes wages, housing, health care and transportation.

Read SEIU 1021 San Francisco VP Larry Bradshaw’s full opinion editorial here:

http://www.sfexaminer.com/sanfrancisco/mayors-san-francisco-doesnt-work-for-everyone/Content?oid=2772162

 

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