$15 minimum wage would mean some workers make $0

This past Thursday, fast food workers in an estimated 150 cities went on strike for higher wages. Many of the demonstrators called for a $15-an-hour minimum wage. Just how realistic is this?

Read full article here as previously published in the Montgomery Advertiser September 7th 2014.

 

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