Pennsylvania legislators are now considering an increase in the state’s minimum wage. Governor Wolf is proposing $12 an hour, with annual 50 cent increases to bring it to $15 by 2025. Any increase in the minimum wage will produce a ripple effect. Can you afford this? Many small businesses would find it crippling. We urge you to contact your legislator to ask that the measure be defeated. A sample letter is available from the PDCA office. If you have any questions, email us at email@example.com or call 800-822-7352.
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September 25, 2019
Wetcleaning Seminar in Doylestown - Tom McAllister of Kreussler demonstrated the proper use of soaps and chemicals to achieve maximum quality