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Raising the minimum wage would help and hurt women
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Tips and Poverty
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Study: Trade Deal Would Mean a Pay Cut for 90% of U.S. Workers
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Lessons from Dick’s Drive-In on minimum wage, employee benefits
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Does Increasing The Minimum Wage Increase Unemployment? 60 Years Of Data Says ‘No’
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INSTITUTE INDEX: The high public cost of fast-food jobs
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Redefining the Minimum Wage
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Higher Calling

The movement has momentum because most Americans believe that the federal minimum wage—seven dollars and twenty-five cents an hour, the same as it was in 2009—is too low.
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Better Pay Now
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The Minimum We Can Do

The idea of fairness has been at the heart of wage standards since their inception. This is evident in the very name of the legislation that established the minimum wage in 1938, the Fair Labor Standards Act. When Roosevelt sent the bill to Congress, he sent along a message declaring that America should be able to provide its working men and women “a fair day’s pay for a fair day’s work.” And he tapped into a popular sentiment years earlier when he declared, “No business which depends for existence on paying less than living wages to its workers has any right to continue in this country.”
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Jim Hightower: Billionaires Reap a Cornucopia of Farm Subsidy Cash
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Obama’s claim that there is ‘no solid evidence’ that boosting the minimum wage harms jobs

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Raise the Minimum Wage
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Low wages are stalling America’s economy

Opinion: Stagnant wages hold back consumption and investment
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Work and Rewards

Americans need Congress to move away from the misguided budget-deficit obsession of the past few years and to address what President Obama referred to on Wednesday as the “deficit of opportunity.” And that means more federal spending for job creation, job training and improved education, as well as updated labor and immigration standards to support wages.
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