Tag Archives: $18 minimum wage initiative

Deceptive Union Campaign Garners 51.9% for $18 Minimum Wage Initiative

Backed by more than $1 million in Resort union funding and a deceptive campaign message, union-sponsored Measure L squeaked to a win with 51.9% of the vote. If Measure L survives virtually certain litigation, it would mandate that certain Anaheim Resort businesses raises their minimum hourly wage to $15 in January 2019, escalating each year to $18 in January 2020. ...

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OC Democrats, Resort Unions Try Bolstering Aitken By Hitting Lorri Galloway

The Anaheim  Resort unions are joining the larger union/Democrat scramble to bolster Ashleigh Aitken’s mayoral candidacy as the election enters the home stretch. Yesterday, the Democratic Party of Orange County (DPOC) reported spending $17,937 on mail attacking former Anaheim City Councilwoman Lorri Galloway – also a Democrat.  The funding source: the Anaheim Resort unions that are funding the $18 minimum ...

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UNITE-HERE Directed Lawsuit’s To Cost Anaheim: Over $33 Million In Tax Revenue

Anaheim will lose out on more than $33 million in net tax revenue due to a doomed lawsuit by a UNITE-HERE Local 11-controlled political pressure group that delayed the opening of the 4-Diamond GardenWalk hotels for 6-8 years beyond their planned 2014 completion date. That is millions in critical revenues unavailable for park improvements, improving police response times, paying down ...

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Will Council Give Voters More Or Less Information On Union Minimum Wage Measure?

That is the essential question the Anaheim City Council will ask itself tonight when it considers Councilwoman Kris Murray’s amended ballot question language for the $18 minimum wage initiative on the November ballot. The city has 75 words to communicate the most important information about the so-called “Living Wage” initiative in the ballot question. Given the outsize influence that ballot ...

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