From the Miami Herald:
University of California Irvine and Federal Reserve Board economists who studied decades of minimum wage research concluded that wage hikes clearly cost jobs – particularly among the least skilled. In 2013, the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office estimated that 500,000 jobs would be lost with a national minimum-wage increase to $10.10.

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