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Most studies show that an increase in the minimum wage does not result in reduced employment.

www* fiscalpolicy* org/2005MinimumWageIncrease~PreliminaryAssessment* pdf

http: // www* epinet* org/briefingpapers/minimumw_bp_1996* pdf

http: // www* fiscalpolicy* org/minimumwageandsmallbusiness* pdf

Good quote from this one: "In fact, when considered in the aggregate, taking all states together in two groups, employment outcomes have generally been more favorable in the higher minimum wage states than in all other states."

Here's one that has some mixed results

http: // www* uoregon* edu/~lsingell/Minimum_Wage* pdf

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Just more proof the unions have no place in America any longer...their graft, stealing, mob connected, greedy crooked ways haunt them today and they should be struck down.

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Lucky

"All three companies want to cut or eliminate what they say is about a $25-per-hour labor cost gap with their Japanese competitors."

Not a thing in that post concerning the 70 cent minimum wage increase. In the last sentence tells you the reason......a $25 dollar per labor cost gap with the Japenese. This is about foreign competition not minimum wage.

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I rest my case:....Here we go!!!

DETROIT - Negotiators for the United Auto Workers and General Motors Corp. ended a marathon bargaining session early Saturday, more than four hours after their contract was set to expire.

ADVERTISEMENT Bargainers, who on Friday night agreed to extend the contract while they continued negotiations, decided to resume talks later Saturday, said GM spokesman Dan Flores, who did not know exactly when negotiators would return to the table.

"The parties have agreed to take a break and resume later on this morning," Flores said. "Our bargaining continues, but both parties have agreed to take a short break."

The hiatus came hours after workers at factories nationwide mobilized Friday night for a possible strike. Local union leaders had expected a call from Detroit around 10 p.m. telling them whether the union would walk off the job, but the call never came.

Instead, negotiators agreed to bargain hour by hour as the workers stood by and a midnight contract expiration deadline passed. By early Saturday, local leaders said they were told to go home and wait for updates from Detroit.

This year's contract talks are considered crucial to the survival of GM and its U.S.-based counterparts, Ford Motor Co. and Chrysler LLC.

All three companies want to cut or eliminate what they say is about a $25-per-hour labor cost gap with their Japanese competitors.

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If you hold your breath Perfect I will have to get out my black Armani suit.

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"Liberals" in this discussion are those that wants to increase taxes, provided it's not them paying it!

Perfect - you will not see liberals endorse a $50 per hour minimum wage level. You see, those that want to liberate the poor working class are afraid that they will be moving next door to them. It's ironic that in California - especially northern California - you will see the wealthiest liberals the country has. Yet, they're the cheapest and most elitist bunch to ever hold a dollar.

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just created wage inflation. will lead to lay offs and a decrease in hiring in the small business section.

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Boy, you guys are fast with the forum. I just started to read this forum and noticed quite a bit of action since last night. First things first: Perfectmatch mentioned NFIB. With all due respects to the US Chamber of Commerce, NFIB is the best organization representing the small business community. It is also in the top 5 of organizations most influential in Washington, DC. It was also stated that the minimum wage was recommended at $50.00/hour. Well, this may sound stupid to JNM, but the point should have been understood.

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"That holster is soooo hot! I'll bet you are inundated with hot women who want to get into hour pants"...Is that like an hour glass, I am confused on enlighten one.

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Ding Dong oh enlighten one. The battle of the minds you have won Spare us a life in ignorancy As the power of you brain glows so magnificently We spew forth our crap As you lead us out of the trap So that we may benefit From the knowledge that you are oh so full of shit.

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