Minimum wage bill didn’t survive. But it made a simple and elegant proposal that would have protected all of Wyoming’s workers — especially women, guest columnists Samin Dadelahi and Jen Simon write.
Samin Dadelah and Jen Simon
Samin Dadelahi is the chief operating officer of the Wyoming Community Foundation. She chairs the National Kids Count Steering Committee for the Annie E. Casey Foundation, serves on the board of directors for Leadership Wyoming and participates on a few other statewide committees, task forces and subversive ad hoc groups that shall remain unnamed. Jen Simon serves as senior policy advisor to Equality State Policy Center, lectures on women’s economic security and equitable policymaking through The Gender Lens Project and writes the Equity State Column for the Jackson Hole News&Guide.