Lovely Jordain, a Starbucks worker at Miami International Airport, speaks during a press event held by a union pushing Miami-Dade to expand its living-wage rules to cover food outlets and other tenants at county facilities. At right is Evans Philias, who works at a Starbucks at Broward County's Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport. Broward has living-wage rules for food outlets at its airport.
Lovely Jordain, a Starbucks worker at Miami International Airport, speaks during a press event held by a union pushing Miami-Dade to expand its living-wage rules to cover food outlets and other tenants at county facilities. At right is Evans Philias, who works at a Starbucks at Broward County's Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport. Broward has living-wage rules for food outlets at its airport. Douglas Hanks dhanks@miamiherald.com
Lovely Jordain, a Starbucks worker at Miami International Airport, speaks during a press event held by a union pushing Miami-Dade to expand its living-wage rules to cover food outlets and other tenants at county facilities. At right is Evans Philias, who works at a Starbucks at Broward County's Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport. Broward has living-wage rules for food outlets at its airport. Douglas Hanks dhanks@miamiherald.com

The latest front in Miami's 'living wage' battle runs through Starbucks

May 29, 2018 07:24 PM