Yes on Measure L = a Living Wage for Anaheim Resort Workers
Requires corporations that receive tax subsidies from the City of Anaheim to pay their workers at least $15 per hour in 2019, increasing until 2022 in the same amounts as the state minimum wage and then by inflation.
Large employers in the Anaheim Resort will get $330 million in tax giveaways over the next 20 years.
Shannon, Room Service
Measure L will help us put meals on our table without having to work 60-70 hours a week.”
Measure L will generate an estimated $140 million for our economy over the next four years.
Measure L will raise wages to $15 per hour for an estimated 10,000 hardworking housekeepers, janitors, cooks, and other workers in Anaheim Resort.
Measure L will cover thousands of Disney workers because of a subsidy agreement Disney has with the City of Anaheim that lasts until 2037.
Measure L will ensure workers get all the tips they earn, and employers can no longer keep them.
A 2018 study conducted by Occidental College and the Economic Roundtable found that Disneyland Resort workers struggle to make ends meet:
• 73% do not earn enough money to pay for basic expenses
• 68% are food insecure
• 11% reported being homeless or did not have a place of their own to sleep in the past two years
Over 300 Anaheim small businesses support Measure L because when workers earn more the whole community benefits.
Measure L only applies to large hospitality industry employers in The Anaheim Resort that receive tax subsidies from the city.
Maria, Owner Wings Empire
"We support the Anaheim Living Wage."
Small businesses with fewer than 25 employees are not covered by this measure
A business with less than 100 employees may apply for an exemption
Opponents of Measure L are funded by a foreign hotel developer that receives millions in tax giveaways from the City of Anaheim and pays its workers poverty wages.
Don’t fall for their scare tactics and lies.