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Subsidized — Not Minimum — Wages Should Assist Workers During the Pandemic

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A minimum wage hike would devastate the workers who have already been hardest hit by the pandemic, but a tax credit system could increase their take-home pay without bankrupting their employers. Read more at The Hill.

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A minimum wage hike would devastate the workers who have already been hardest hit by the pandemic, but a tax credit system could increase their take-home pay without bankrupting their employers. Read more at The Hill.

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