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House Democrats new plan for a minimum wage of $ 15, explained • Good Non profit

First it was Seattle, then San Francisco. Later it was the entire state of California Massachusetts, New York and Washington, DC. In January New Jersey became the newest state to raise its minimum wage to $ 15 per hour. Now… Continue Reading →

The large, controversial business of The Wing, explained: • Good Non profit

The Wing is the Instagram perfect fantasy of an interior designer. The books on the walls have a color code. The plants are lush. The bathrooms are filled with luxurious beauty products. On a recent visit to the SoHo location… Continue Reading →

The halftime of the Super Bowl shows controversies, explained • Good Non profit

On Sunday, February 3, more than 100 million Americans are expected to watch Super Bowl 53 and his halftime show. That kind of viewer means that the halftime show has been a much coveted slot game for most years, but… Continue Reading →

The lawsuit against Georgias entire electoral system, explained: • Good Non profit

In the election cycle of 2018, perhaps no state race was watched so closely as Georgia's gubernatorial contest. The controversial contest between Republican Brian Kemp and Democrat Stacey Abrams drew more attention in the last weeks because voice problems fueled… Continue Reading →

All ideas of congresses for reducing prescription drug prices, explained • Good Non profit

Americans have been saying for years that they are frustrated about the price of medicines and it should almost be at the top of the list of legislators. Congressional signatories are now starting to put together an extensive menu of… Continue Reading →

Are 26 billionaires worth more than half of the planet? The debate, explained. • Good Non profit

Here is a wild statistic: 26 richest people in the world in 2018, had the same net worth as the poorest half of the world's population, about 3.8 billion people. This statistic, which comes from the charity group Oxfamis a… Continue Reading →

Bill of Blasios plans to guarantee health care to every New Yorker, explained • Good Non profit

Mayor of New York City Bill de Blasio has scheduled "universal health care" in the largest city in America – and although it is not a single payer, the initiative shows that Democratic politicians are showing more creativity for what… Continue Reading →

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