Press Release Archive (Page 88)

  • Who Will Really Benefit From California’s Minimum Wage Hike?

    April 2004

    Washington – As the California legislature debates raising the state minimum wage to $7.75 per hour as a way to help the working poor, figures from the U.S. Census Bureau show that the bulk of the benefits will not reach California’s poor families. An analysis of data compiled by the Bureau’s Current Population Survey shows that the average family income of California employees who […]
  • Who Will Really Benefit From California’s Minimum Wage Hike?

    April 2004

    Washington – As the California legislature debates raising the state minimum wage to $7.75 per hour as a way to help the working poor, figures from the U.S. Census Bureau show that the bulk of the benefits will not reach California’s poor families. An analysis of data compiled by the Bureau’s Current Population Survey shows that the average family income of California employees who […]
  • Who Will Really Benefit From Minnesota’s Minimum Wage Hike?

    April 2004

    Washington – As the Minnesota Senate debates raising the state minimum wage to $6.65 per hour as a way to help the working poor, figures from the U.S. Census Bureau show that the bulk of the benefits will not reach Minnesota’s poor families. An analysis of data compiled by the Bureau’s Current Population Survey shows that the average family income of Minnesota employees who […]
  • Who Will Really Benefit From Minnesota’s Minimum Wage Hike?

    April 2004

    Washington – As the Minnesota Senate debates raising the state minimum wage to $6.65 per hour as a way to help the working poor, figures from the U.S. Census Bureau show that the bulk of the benefits will not reach Minnesota’s poor families. An analysis of data compiled by the Bureau’s Current Population Survey shows that the average family income of Minnesota employees who […]
  • Who Will Really Benefit From Maine’s Minimum Wage Hike?

    April 2004

    Washington – As the Maine Legislature debates raising the state minimum wage to $7.00 per hour as a way to help the working poor, figures from the U.S. Census Bureau show that the bulk of the benefits will not reach Maine’s poor families. An analysis of data compiled by the Bureau’s Current Population Survey shows that the average family income of Maine employees who […]
  • Who Will Really Benefit From Maine’s Minimum Wage Hike?

    April 2004

    Washington – As the Maine Legislature debates raising the state minimum wage to $7.00 per hour as a way to help the working poor, figures from the U.S. Census Bureau show that the bulk of the benefits will not reach Maine’s poor families. An analysis of data compiled by the Bureau’s Current Population Survey shows that the average family income of Maine employees who […]