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New Study Suggests Minimum Wage Increases Have Small Effect on Blue-Collar Jobs

The minimum wage debate has settled into a dreary format: you can pretty much guess what a paper concludes just by reading the author’s name on the title page. The latest entry is from Grace Lordan and David Neumark, and since Neumark has never met a minimum wage he liked, it’s a pretty good guess […]
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