Wendy Bonilla, who works at a sandwich shop renting space at Miami International Airport, praises a new county ordinance requiring a "living wage" for businesses operating in county facilities like MIA. She spoke at a May 23, 2018 press conference outside County Hall that was organized by labor unions, including Service Employees International. Mayor Carlos Gimenez vetoed the ordinance later in the day.
Wendy Bonilla, who works at a sandwich shop renting space at Miami International Airport, praises a new county ordinance requiring a "living wage" for businesses operating in county facilities like MIA. She spoke at a May 23, 2018 press conference outside County Hall that was organized by labor unions, including Service Employees International. Mayor Carlos Gimenez vetoed the ordinance later in the day. Douglas Hanks dhanks@miamiherald.com
Wendy Bonilla, who works at a sandwich shop renting space at Miami International Airport, praises a new county ordinance requiring a "living wage" for businesses operating in county facilities like MIA. She spoke at a May 23, 2018 press conference outside County Hall that was organized by labor unions, including Service Employees International. Mayor Carlos Gimenez vetoed the ordinance later in the day. Douglas Hanks dhanks@miamiherald.com

Mayor blocks effort to boost pay at Miami airport in latest 'living wage' fight

May 23, 2018 06:15 PM