Senate Says No To Kennedy's Minimum-Wage Hike

August 1999
Human Events;08/27/99, Vol. 55 Issue 32, p22
Highlights the decision of the United States Senate in disapproving an amendment proposed by Senator Ted Kennedy to the tax-cut bill raising the minimum wage. Value of the minimum wage; Effects of Kennedy's proposal; Objective of the bill of Kennedy; Comments from Senator Don Nickles; Reason the Senate dismissed the proposal.


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