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Mitch McConnell Working With Kentucky Legislature on Senate Exit Strategy

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More Than $1 Trillion of the Pandemic Relief Bill Is Flying Under the Radar

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Forget $15 an Hour — the Minimum Wage Should Be $24

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The minimum wage once went up hand in hand with the productivity of the U.S. economy. It should again.

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