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Letter: Calling politicians to address mountain wages

Calling politicians to address mountain wages

Dear Sen. Gail Schwartz and Democratic state Senate candidate Kerry Donovan,

Being our current senator and in management at the Vail Ski School, respectively, can y’all address these issues in a more specific manner on your websites?



What are your feelings on:

• Collective bargaining for workers for Vail and Aspen?


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• Should government work for little people (instead of big money/crony capitalists) to require giant corporations like Vail and Aspen/the billionaire Crown family to pay a living wage in some of the most expensive places in America, instead of minimum wage?

• Is Obama’s giant federal government out of control with regards to our Bill of Rights?

I’m a tea partier and believe affirmatively in all three.

I look forward to your responses.

Lee Mulcahy

Aspen


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