Monday, May 1, 2017

This May Day, think of not just flowers, but of how Oregon's economy can do better for its workers

Oregon Center for Public Policy
By Chuck Sheketoff
May 2017

May Day, for some Americans, is a celebration of spring's arrival, replete with bright flowers and maypoles.  But for many around the world, May 1st is International Worker's Day.  It commemorates the deaths of protesters fighting for an eight-hour workday in Chicago's Haymarket Square in 1886.

So today is a good day to ask: How is Oregon's economy doing for workers?

Read the full article at the Oregon Center for Public Policy website here.

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