The fight for $15 movement, advocating a $15 an hour minimum wage, took their grievance to the steps of Saint Pete City Hall.
ax Refusers redirect money to civil improvement, and corporations that pay next to nothing in taxes
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Report: offshore banking by big business puts the tax burden on the rest.Yesterday afternoon at a conference in St Pete a report was released in which companies in the US, particularly Florida, are the beneficiaries these and other corporate tax breaks.
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