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That is a noteworthy finding. The old minimum wage was an embarassment to this country and I for one would not mind an increase in prices to support it. It probably did create a lot of work for HR people in the retail and service industries, so I can see why many are against it.


AB - I thought it was noteworthy, too, Frank. I'm not surprised that HR people would identify ramifications that might not be apparent to others, but I was a bit surprised that so many expressed opposition to the increase. Thanks, as always, for the comment.

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