Minimum wage law for poor workers

A minimum wage law does NOT make pressures which tend to: (1) benefit high wage workers. (2) cause unemployment among unskilled workers. (3) uniformly help poor workers. (4) increase teenage unemployment. (5) foster discrimination.

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