Exhausted US airport workers see hope in minimum wage bill as summer of travel chaos looms

By: Michael Sainato – June 23, 2022 05.00 EDT – The Guardian

Bill would raise the minimum wage for US airport workers at a time when the travel industry in the US is in a deep crisis

Ana Vazquez has worked for five years at Orlando international airport in Florida as a wheelchair attendant and child escort for unaccompanied minors. She makes $12 an hour, with no paid time off and the only health insurance coverage offered to her is charged out of pocket and unaffordable on her pay. (Read More)