There is a lot of arguing here about a "living wage" which is an arbitrary number, since what is a "living wage" depends on where you are. Fifteen dollars an hour seems to be the number being discussed the most. Here is the simple fact - if the minimum wage is raised to $15 an hour, it will no longer be a living wage. Prices will increase. Those people whom have spent years in school and gaining skills that are currently making a decent salary at $20-25 an hour will effectively get a massive pay cut, since their wages aren't going to go up. I really am not sure why unskilled labor feels that $15 an hour is somehow "fair".
If it were still around, The Tack Room would have easily been the most iconic restaurant in Tucson. As it is now... El Charro lost something when they started expanding all over town, and the closure of these other restaurants hasn't helped improve the original.
Melt on Broadway has been selling TastyKakes since the departure of 2Cupcakes
"There was pure political motives" - looks like Hovey could use some grammar lessons as well as manners training. She is an embarrassment to her district.
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