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Old Today, 03:31 PM
Location: Texas
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The minimum wage in California is $12 and in San Francisco it's $15. When the $15 minimium wage is phased prices all through that state will skyrocket just like San Francisco.

This is going to be the next big crisis as San Francisco really isn't a high-birth rate place compared to the rest of the state.

The Los Angeles/Inland Empire CSA area has around 50% more children per-capita than San Francisco and the $15 will likely cause a big crisis if the state doesn't step in and implement it's socialist childcare for all agenda.

I have no children myself and don't understand why people like me and senior citizens should have to p[ay penny in taxes for childcare subsidies.

Many Democrats want "childcare for all" so 55% increase they want to transfer to the taxpayers so the parents pay little or nothing.
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Old Today, 10:10 PM
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The statewide birthrate in California is below replacement rate at 1.94% combined with an expected sharp rise in the number of retirees, migration into the state has also been plunging, and by 2030 a mere 20.9% of the state's population will be children under 18 years of age, vs. 33.4% in 1970.

California is in deep trouble inasmuch as almost 90% of its children were born within the state, and given the dismal schools and unaffordability brought on by unchecked liberalism combined with abysmal poverty rates, the state has plenty to worry about.
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Old Today, 10:13 PM
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For the life of me, how does anyone survive in San Francisco on less than 15USD a hour? The bottom line is they don't, they're probably heavily subsidized by the taxpayers. It's time for business owners and consumers to pay the real wages instead of passing this onto the general San Francisco taxpayer.
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