Senate Nixes Minimum Wage Increase

October 1998
Human Events;10/09/98, Vol. 54 Issue 38, p27
Reports that the United States Senate approved a motion by Majority Leader Trent Lott to put an end to an amendment by Senator Ted Kennedy (D-Mass.) that would increase the minimum wage by 50 cents in 1999 and another 50 cents in 2000. When the amendment was voted on; Who voted on the amendment; Views of Senators.


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