$15 Minimum Wage Working Session


maine_greens_circle_transparant.pngThe Portland chapter of the Maine Greens will soon begin the process to create a living wage of $15 an hour for Portland workers via a citizens’ initiative.

Dismayed that their Mayor’s tepid proposal will still leave far too many residents unable to afford Portland's skyrocketing cost of living, the Portland Greens’ ordinance will create a true living wage for Portland’s working people.

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We've already seen from examples around the USA where meaningful minimum wage increases have passed, that contrary to prevailing political thought, a higher minimum wage does not result in job loss-- but the opposite.  

Over and over we've seen that a meaningful minimum wage increase instead facilitates more money flowing through the local community, leading to job growth and an improved economy.

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There are currently two working proposals that approach the way in which this wage increase will be applied. There will be a meeting in room 24 at city hall, Wednesday, March 11th at 5:30, where the Portland Greens will finalize the details. Public and Press are welcome to attend.


If you are interested in volunteering for this campaign, please sign up at http://mainegreens.org/15now

If you are interested in supporting this sort of work financially in an ongoing way, please becoming a sustaining donor at http://mainegreens.org/sustain

  • March 01, 2015 at 5:30pm – 8:30pm
  • Portland City Hall
    389 Congress St
    Rm 24
    Portland, ME 04101
    United States
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  • Thomas MacMillan

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