Bill: Bill for the Financial Protection of Workers
Votes: This is an ordinary bill. It requires more yes votes than no votes. This bill will not pass any sooner than the deadline.
Voting deadline: November 2443
|With the recent swing in voting resulting in the break of the majority, I'd like to propose once more for the introduction of a minimum wage.|
Old value:: There is no provision for a minimum wage.
Current: There shall be a minimum wage at a level that a single full time worker on it can adequately subsist.
Proposed: There shall be a minimum wage at a level that a single full time worker on it can adequately subsist.
These messages have been posted to debate on this bill:
|Date||18:01:52, August 17, 2007 CET||From||Democratic Rationalists (PrCoa)||To||Debating the Bill for the Financial Protection of Workers|
|Message||We'll vote yes for this when EOJ can show it has the votes needed to pass it. We agree with it in principle.|
|Date||21:28:15, August 17, 2007 CET||From||People's Revolutionary Program||To||Debating the Bill for the Financial Protection of Workers|
|Message||We proudly support this bill! May the Bourgeois be hung during the Revolution!|
|Date||02:17:16, August 18, 2007 CET||From||Industrialist Party of Aloria||To||Debating the Bill for the Financial Protection of Workers|
|Message||This only hurts our market. Where will the people be when the have no jobs? When the jobs are moving to countries that have no minimum wage? People won't have ANY money. Do you want that?|
|Date||21:02:25, August 18, 2007 CET||From||Democratic Rationalists (PrCoa)||To||Debating the Bill for the Financial Protection of Workers|
|Message||We'd really be in favor of a treaty for an international living wage in order to prevent the "race to the bottom" that occurs under the global corporate oligarchy.|
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