$ 15 an hour pressure advocate Joe Biden, Congress
WASHINGTON – Pam Garrison worked much of her life in low-paying retail trades, earning wages so meager that she barely met even the most basic necessities such as food and shelter.
“We don’t live – we survive,” Garrison, a retiree from Fayette County, West Virginia, said of minimum wage workers. “And that’s not good enough in America.”
Garrison and other advocates of increasing the covenant minimum wage pressure up to 15 dollars an hour Joe Biden and Congress to raise hourly wages as part of a $ 1.9 trillion package to help Americans recover from the aftermath of the coronavirus pandemic.