The big labor organizers are anxious to lure fast-food workers to become union members by demanding that their minimum wage be raised to $15 an hour ["Fast-food pay protesters block traffic," News, Sept. 5]. If this happens, a portion of their pay could go to union dues.
Fast-food chains might have to lay off employees or raise their prices. Workers should think about this.
Irene Harshbarger, Holbrook