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.

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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.

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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

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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.

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