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More real world evidence that minimum wages harm people – Seattle WA

Those who think higher minimum wages solve problems are mistaken, as it’s contrary to a common sense economic principle.  The higher the price of a good or service, the less affordable it becomes, and thus, the less of it is … Continue reading

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What Puerto Rico Can Teach Us About the Minimum Wage

Minimum wages are contrary to free and fair markets.  If an unskilled person is not worth what an employer is forced to pay through unjust minimum wage laws, the employer will instead choose more automation or choose to not employ … Continue reading

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Minimum wage laws harm the poor, not just in Puerto Rico, but all around the world

Minimum wage laws are short-sighted and harmful – especially to the young, poor, unskilled, and uneducated. There should be NO minimum wage laws, and no minimum wage. The free market should set wages. If someone’s skills have a value of, … Continue reading

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