Pa. Lt. Gov. Fetterman, running for senate, lashes out on minimum wage

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(WTAJ) Pennsylvania’s Lt. Governor John Fetterman, who decided to run for U.S. Senate, is not afraid to speak his mind, using Twitter to do so.

Recently, Fetterman has lashed out about the minimum wage that Pennsylvania still follows, saying that everyone who voted against the wage increase should be forced to live on $7.25 an hour so they can demonstrate how it’s possible.

Fetterman is not afraid to use his Twitter account to bring attention to what’s happening in Pennsylvania and the nation, but also pokes a little fun, especially as a Sheetz fan.

Fetterman, who is an advocate for legalizing adult marijuana use, is also an advocate for the working class and those who can’t live off of $7.25 an hour.

Fetterman has currently submitted all the paperwork needed to run for U.S. Senate in 2022. His platform is exactly what it’s been – transparency.

“If the Senate were to pass a $15 minimum wage, 24 million people would see their wages rise. Instead, 58 deeply out of touch Senators decided to turn their backs on working people.”

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