According to information just released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the U.S. minimum wage fell by three cents an hour in the month of March 2016. Oh, the BLS won’t come out and say it that way, but it doesn’t make it any more
Seattle Businesses Predicted They’d Raise Prices as a Result of the Minimum Wage Hike. In Reality: No.
The University of Washington Evans School for Public Policy and Governance has completed the first round of a study of the effect of a rise in the minimum wage in Seattle, Washington. This inventive study followed two steps. In the first step, immediately after the
Life Is Good isn’t really anything more than a memorable little slogan – and a dishonest one at that, sold at shops that aren’t shoppes, in places that aren’t neighborhoods, with guidelines that are anything but genuine.