Minimum Wage

Whether one opposes or supports laws that require and/or increase the minimum wage.


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    I believe that no one should have to live in poverty. After all the American Dream is of great importance to this country's Citizens. I believe if we increase minimum wage there would be a major decline in homelessness and less shoplifting and theft related crimes. People steal because they don't have enough money to survive. Most people that are homeless are homeless due to being low income.

    Cameron Alton Chick

    U. S. Representative,
    Albuquerque, New Mexico

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  • SUPPORT
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    I propose my government platform New Intelligence Crime Solving Management Recognition Education that will solve the past, present and future liability and responsibility of the government WHETHER ONE OPPOSES OR SUPPORTS LAWS THAT REQUIRE AND/OR INCREASE THE MINIMUM WAGE education, law, regulation and discipline.

    Lee L Mercer, Jr.

    President,
    Houston, Texas

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    Eddie Pirkowski

    U.S. Senator,
    Kihei, Hawaii

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  • STRONGLY SUPPORT
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    I support a $15 an hour minimum wage.

    Steven Fleeker

    Precinct Committeeman,
    Topeka, Kansas

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  • OPPOSE
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    There has been much discussion about a $15 minimum wage. Nothing could be more detrimental to Gov. Hogan's efforts to create jobs than to have the legislature pass this. Some people will benefit but many more will suffer as businesses and jobs move to neighboring states. Unemployment will rise and there will be more pressure to raise taxes to compensate for the loss. It is a bad idea.

    Frank E. Cooke

    House of Delegates,
    Cambridge, Maryland

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