Workers across the country protest for a $15 minimum wage — we’ll go live to the streets, and talk about why the majority of public assistance in this country goes to households . . . that already have someone working. Plus: If you are poor in California, you pay more of your income in taxes than if you are rich. We’ll explain how it works.
- Ken Jacobs, Chair, UC Labor Center, lead author of “The High Public Cost of Low Wages”
- Chris Hoene, Executive Director, California Budget & Policy Center
- Susan Lee, Tax Preparer, Certified Financial Planner, (former) host of “You and Your Money” on WBAI in New York