1. Summon Your Member of Congress to Attend a Town Hall Meeting on the Minimum Wage.
(Download and circulate this summons for your Representative or Senator inviting them to a town meeting to address the issue of raising the minimum wage to $10.50.)

2. Call your member of Congress’ office or write them a letter.

3. Write a letter to your local newspaper’s editor.

4. Sign the petition.

Petition to Raise the Minimum Wage

Red or blue, left or right, one thing is clear—enough is enough and it’s time for a raise!

The federal minimum wage has not kept up with the cost of living for nearly 45 years. It’s time for Congress to address the plight of 30 million American workers and raise the minimum wage to what it would be, inflation adjusted, in 1968.

I support the call on Congress to catch up to 1968 and raise the federal minimum wage to $10.50 an hour.


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