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Candidate Forum Question #2: The Healthy Workforce Ordinance

Candidate Forum Question #2: The Healthy Workforce Ordinance

Do you support or oppose the proposed Healthy Workforce Ordinance?

ABQ Free Press on Tuesday sent the Albuquerque mayoral candidates the second question in our rolling, mayoral candidate forum via email. This question has to do with the proposed Healthy Workforce Ordinance, which voters will approve or reject on Oct. 3.

The Healthy Workforce Ordinance is a ballot initiative that will guarantee earned sick days for every worker in Albuquerque.

Here’s the question: Do you support or oppose the proposed Healthy Workforce Ordinance?

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  • DebbyS
    August 15, 2017, 6:59 pm

    Two young folks (effectively trespassing on apartment property) knocked on my door to talk about this about 5:30pm today. I suggested they get permission to be here from the leasing office, and I accepted their literature. I’ll probably vote "for" unless it turns out the Koch brothers are supporting it…

    Also please, freeabq website, PLEASE consider using a much darker font. Gray on white is very difficult to see. Font is also tiny; I’ve told my computer to zoom the screen 200% just to have a chance to read my own comment.

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Steve “Mo” Fye is an Instructional Tech in the Culinary Arts program at Central New Mexico Community College and has been known to giggle after making a low-fat, gluten-free, low-cholesterol dish and eating it with a sauce he knows will blow his diet for days.

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