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ISU professor says impact of increase in minimum wage overstated

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ISU professor says impact of increase in minimum wage overstated

By Dar Danielson An Iowa State University economics professor says the president’s executive order increasing the minimum wage federal contractors must pay employees will have little impact on most government contracts. Professor Peter Orazem says the effort to increase the minimum wage for everyone to $10.10 an hour will also have very little impact. “It’s not gonna help […]

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