Summer is over, so it would appear that the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) and their wholly- owned Fight for $15 initiative picked up where they left off with a strike on the holiday weekend at selected fast food restaurants around the country. SEIU also took the occasion of the Labor Day holiday to officially announce its $100 million initiative to target for electoral defeat legislators and other elected officials who have not kowtowed to the union on minimum wage and other labor issues.  Elsewhere, the Chicago City Council voted this week to increase the minimum wage at the city’s two international airports to at least $13.45 an hour beginning in July 2018. The ordinance, which applies to all contract employees, mandates annual increases and ties contract worker licenses to “labor peace agreements”, was filed in July by Mayor Rahm Emanuel so there is no question he will sign it into law.