Skip to comments.Live on every newscast, Malloy signs $10.10 minimum wage bill
Posted on 03/28/2014 7:16:46 AM PDT by Biggirl
New Britain -- Precisely timed to attract live coverage Thursday at the top of three local 6 o'clock newscasts, a jubilant Gov. Dannel P. Malloy signed into law a bill that makes Connecticut the first state to embrace President Obama's goal of a $10.10 minimum wage.
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Pajama Boy Malloy, our hero.
Price increase on everything to ensue.
And you know what they say, “As Connecticut goes, so goes Delaware.”
Their economy must be starting to recover. This will fix it.
Followed by a increase in unemployment. But what the heck, People need more time at home anyways.
Here we go! I have a new employee this season. She’s already complaining that I’m not paying her $10.10 an hour because THAT’S THE LAW OF THE LAND because 0bama said so!
She’s worked one day for me so far...
Let’s see if she makes it to Day 2. *SMIRK*
More “Funemployment” for Connecticut.
Next headline: “100’s of laid off fast food workers sign up for unemployment benifits.”
If you have $9 skills it is now illegal for someone to employ you in CT. Enjoy.
Time to show this election-stealing imbecile the door.
It is amazing how incredibly business-unfriendly the state has become since Malloy took office.
Upping taxes, regulations, the cost of doing business—and even cronyism, with all kinds of funds and programs to hand out insider d3als to insiders.
“She’s already complaining...”
Ooohhh, are we taking bets? I think she’ll really start COMPLAINING when she has to lift bags of mulch or get her hands dirty! I’m betting she will be gone within the week!
Sounds like she needs her Obama termination notice (fun, but would probably bring down the wrath of the Obamabots).
SHe would not have made it thru DAY 1 with me.........................possibly not even hour one....................
I don’t care what anyone says, firing someone that needs to be fired is one of life’s great pleasures.
Indeed the great liberal plan.
I’m secretly looking forward to this one. I’m usually pretty good at hiring hard working, decent people and weeding out the losers pretty quick.
This one is gonna be fun... :)
Yep. See Post #18. :)
I’m sure most of them will be surprised there unemployment will be based on whatever the min wage was before today.
Plus the cost of living just rose approx 3 dollars an hour, not to mention the impact on those already making 10 dollars an hour.