From the Daily Herald:
But there's little precedent for doubling the federal minimum wage -- big wage hikes in cities like Seattle haven't been in place long enough to deliver solid data -- and no one's quite sure how the economy will adjust. Some economists, most notably David Neumark of the University of California, Irvine, believe that they will kill jobs for wage earners, and that there are more productive ways to boost the incomes of America's poorest.

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