Cannot stop kicking a poor person and succumb to good policy
Good luck with dodging that virus.
A new analysis from the Institute for Women’s Policy Research, a nonprofit that advocates for pro-family policies, found that in 2012 it was primarily poor, Hispanic workers who were most likely to go without paid sick days. Overall, the organization found that 39 percent of private-sector workers over the age of 18 must choose between getting paid or staying home when they fall ill.
Which means you show up for work if you are sick…and poor.
And if you are poor, you much more likely work at a restaurant.
And if you work at a restaurant, why would you ever be near other people?
So it would make perfect sense to require businesses, especially restaurants, to allow a few paid sick days every year.
Well, we cannot have sound policy like that now, can we?
Meanwhile, 10 states have passed laws prohibiting local governments from establishing sick-leave laws.
Why it is almost as if poor people and the public at large don’t have anyone representing their interests.