Politics & Policy

A Minimum-Median-Maximum Wage, or Something

photo by P. A. Jensen

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But the logic extends to the state and county levels, too. A “minimum” wage in a rural area wouldn’t work in a metro area, etc.

So why not pick from the middle? My latest in the Duluth News Tribune asks the question.

 

 

 

P. A. Jensen (@RuralityChecker) lives in Minnesota with his wife and son.

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