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Re: 'Who fights for the people?' [Letter, Village News, 1/30/14]


Last updated 2/13/2014 at Noon

Raises in the minimum wage do nothing to combat poverty, they hurt the people that they purport to help.

A minimum wage job is one that is designed for teens and first time workers. It is a job that is for someone with no experience where if they work hard they can either move up in the company or gain experience and move on to a higher paying position. When we raise the minimum businesses refuse to hire low productivity workers with no experience for high wages, not to mention health care costs.

Income inequality is a good thing Sir. It’s what makes America great. Equal opportunities b...

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