The city of SeaTac in Washington state believes that it is. Initial results have the supporters of Proposition 1 very happy; it seems that the minimum wage in this small city has been raised to $15/hr making the livelihood of people employed at the airport that much better. There are many people who are disgruntled, often citing that they feel it's not fair to others who have worked hard for years or decades and have yet to receive a living wage at their jobs. Many other cities will be following suit and rightfully so. The world is a lot different than it was 50 years ago. Just ask nearly any CEO who is probably making 700% more than their counterpart of 50 years ago, they'll tell you its tough to balance fairness with profit margins. Kudos to SeaTac, Washington.
AH!!! (Artists & Human Rights!!!)
AH!!! is for Artists & Human Rights. Sometimes the two intersect sometimes they don't but on this blog they both get an equal stake.