Journal Post: When Good Intentions Aren’t Enough

In 2016, Governor Jerry Brown (California) signed into law the $15 minimum wage, saying “Economically, minimum wages may not make sense” but, “morally and socially and politically, they (minimum wages) make every sense.” It’s been three years since then, and despite the American economy doing better than ever, new labor regulations are threatening to undo all of that. In fact, well intentioned regulations ultimately do more harm than good for the American worker.

To learn why, read this op-ed at the Post Journal.

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