By Doug Cunningham
New York City this week provided an example of how politicians passing laws and ordinances can actually benefit rather than attack working people.
The city put a "Fair Work Week" law into effect that guarantees a more predictable schedule for fast food and retail workers.
Fair Work Week in New York City ends chaotic "on-call" work hours and requires two week's notice on work schedule changes.
New York Mayor Bill deBlasio said “You're gonna hear all the projections of how fair work week will destroy western civilization. Don't believe it... We are convinced this is a step forward for decency."