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'''Living Wage Proposal''' - The proposal being floated in July of 2005 requires that any business that receives financial help from the city of St. Paul, must pay its employers at least 130% of the federal poverty level (info from [http://www.stpaulcityhall.blogspot.com/ The Scoop]).
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'''Living Wage Proposal''' - The proposal being floated in July of 2005 requires that any business that receives financial help from the city of St. Paul, must pay its employers at least 130% of the federal poverty level (info from [http://blogs.twincities.com/city_hall_scoop/ The Scoop]).
 
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=== Useful topics in the St. Paul Issues Forum (SPIF):===
 
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* [http://forums.e-democracy.org/topic/54171 Living Wage Initiative Discussion]
 
* [http://forums.e-democracy.org/topic/54171 Living Wage Initiative Discussion]
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Living Wage Initiative

Please use this web page to post information about the Living Wage Initiative in St. Paul and links to useful resources.

Definitions:

Living Wage Proposal - The proposal being floated in July of 2005 requires that any business that receives financial help from the city of St. Paul, must pay its employers at least 130% of the federal poverty level (info from The Scoop).

Useful topics in the St. Paul Issues Forum (SPIF):

 

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