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Minimum wages: Maximum spin
The dishonesty is breathtaking. Just last month the Congressional Budget Office concluded that a federal minimum wage hike "would reduce total employment by about 500,000." A National Bureau of Economic Research review of more than 100 minimum-wage studies in 2006 found "relatively overwhelming evidence of stronger disemployment effects" for "the least-skilled groups."
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