Subsidizing Rich and Poor
There are better ways to help workers than the minimum wage.
Dec 23, 2013, Vol. 19, No. 15 • By IKE BRANNON
Improving the plight of low-income workers who head a household is certainly a goal worthy of pursuing, but not if we create all kinds of collateral damage while fixing it.
Ike Brannon, a senior fellow with the George W. Bush Institute, is president of Capital Policy Analytics, a consulting firm in Washington.
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