California’s lowest-paid healthcare workers rally in Sacramento. Here’s why

The Sacramento Bee | July 26, 2023

The rally at the board of supervisors echoes previous union negotiations in San Francisco, whose supervisors voted in May to elect for a pathway to a $25 per hour minimum wage as new contracts take effect in the fall. Alameda County also worked with the union to meet their demands, said Kim Evon, executive vice president of SEIU Local 2015. Now, she says it is all the more crucial for Sacramento to follow suit.

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