When Mandates Work: Raising Labor Standards at the Local Level

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Index
absence, leaves of, 6
accountable development, 287
Affordable Care Act (2010), 13, 24, 34, 35, 104, 132, 312
affordable housing, 2n, 22, 38, 287–91, 294–99, 301–4
AFL-CIO, 78, 260
African Americans, 115, 290, 293, 297
Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA), 192
Agnos, Art, 274
Airline Deregulation Act (1978), 189
airports, 73. See also San Francisco International Airport; labor peace agreements of, 280, 281; living wage policies of, 33, 71–73, 89, 90, 93–94, 244, 310; quality standards programs at, 71, 72, 76, 84; turnover rates at, 90
Air Transport Association v. City and County of San Francisco (1998), 6
Air Transport v. San Francisco (2001), 186–89, 191n
Alameda County, 29n, 48, 52, 53, 105, 148
Alameda Newspapers, Inc. v. City of Oakland (1996), 267
Albuquerque (New Mexico), 31, 310
Ammiano, Tom, 271n
Arizona, 34n, 221
Asians, 247, 263, 290, 293
Associated Builders v. Seward (1992), 265–66
Austin (Texas), 16, 18
Australia, 197
Aviation Transportation Security Act (2001), 87
Babler Brothers, Inc. v. Roberts (1993), 267
Baltimore, 14, 244
Bay Area Consumer Price Index (CPI), 9, 11, 107n
Bay Area Employer Health Benefits Survey, 126, 136, 141, 150, 151
Bayview-Hunters Point Redevelopment Plan, 296–97, 299, 300, 303–4
benefits, 1–3, 24–27. See also specific benefits and programs ; compensating offset and, 50; institutions regulating, 71; lack of, negative effects of, 102, 103; payments in lieu of, 79; under living wage agreements, 81–82

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