To organize or not to organize, that is the question before Justin Katz and I on NBC 10 Wingmen this week.
I can hardly think of any sector of the Rhode Island economy that needs a raise more than the childcare providers who take care low-income children while their parents go to work. They make about $20,000 a year.
Katz, on the other hand, thinks it will be some sort of economic catastrophe if these 600 people can bargain collectively. At least he didn’t call them babysitters! Watch this week’s episode of NBC 10 Wingmen to see our relatively contentious debate on the issue: