A study released this week by the think tank Demos calculated that if large retailers like Wal-Mart raised hourly pay so that employees working full-time made at least $25,000 a year and covered those costs by raising prices, customers
David Tovar, a spokesman for Walmart, which reported $16 billion in profit last year, says, “We believe we have very competitive wages that attract and retain millions of associates every day.” 
It has been two weeks since the election, and the big number we're going to focus on is: $6 billion. That's how much money was spent on the 2012 campaign... And a lot of that money came from big donors. So what do those donors have planned now that the election is over?