We need economic policies which reflect the many and not just the few. We live in the richest nation in the world, yet, we have people working 40-hours a week who live paycheck to paycheck under the poverty line. Why are our diligent citizens working full-time jobs but are unable to get a higher education or support their family? Because our policies help new income go to a few ultra-rich and our policies do very little for the poor and working class. America has more wealth and more income inequality than any other major developed country. We have only seen this kind of disparity and social warfare during the Great Depression. The top one-tenth of 1% owns as much wealth as the bottom 90%. We need to wake up and vote for economic justice. With these glaring facts, I support the “Fight for $15” movement as living on $7.25 per hour is a starvation wage. I support setting the minimum wage to rise automatically with inflation. With increased wages comes economic growth which will offer workers more disposable money to spend at local businesses and within the community.