Opposed to Welfare and Higher Taxes? Increase Minimum Wage

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If you are opposed to welfare, you should be in favor of increasing the minimum wage to a real living wage.

I am not talking about just a buck or two. This not only improves the lives of low wage workers and their families, but it lowers taxes. This places the burden on businesses that benefit from their employees’ labor — where it rightfully belongs.

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Complicated subjects made accessible. Politics, Basic Income, Philosophy. I follow back.

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