Sunday, May 29, 2005

NOB HILL--With the City Council considering one minimum wage proposal to be forwarded to the voters this fall raising the m.w. to $7.15, now we have another. ACORN has organizers out getting signatures to put another minimum wage initiative, an even stronger one, before the voters.

Sandra Han was out getting registered voters to sign her petitition in Nob Hill. Over 13,000 signatures are needed to get it on the ballot. By the way, if you are interested in soliciting signers, I have heard that ACORN is hiring at the rate of a $1.50 per valid signature.

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