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Nope. - Economics

Posted: Jan 2nd, 2018 - 6:05 pm In Reply to: When everything goes up except the minimum wage - buying power goes down!

"Governments have had to decrease services because of tax cuts."

You are either choosing to ignore what I wrote, have an agenda, or BOTH.

The state government STATED that the layoffs were secondary to increased minimum wage.

The restaurants POSTED SIGNS IN THE WINDOWS that, secondary to the increased minimum wage, prices were being increased.

Restaurant owners are TELLING US that they can't afford to make changes (hiring additional staff, implementing delivery service) that they had planned secondary to the increased minimum wage.

These changes all occurred RIGHT AFTER MY STATE INCREASED THE MINIMUM WAGE, which was at the END OF THE OBAMA REIGN so had NOTHING TO DO WITH TRUMP.

Finally, anyone who has run even so much as a child's lemonade stand KNOWS that when your expendenitures rise, things must change (usually in the form of RAISED PRICES).

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