The minimum wage battle is Kansas City, like the right-to-work debate in Missouri, is more about politics than economics, Dave Helling writes.
The minimum wage battle is Kansas City, like the right-to-work debate in Missouri, is more about politics than economics, Dave Helling writes. Keith Myers The Kansas City Star
The minimum wage battle is Kansas City, like the right-to-work debate in Missouri, is more about politics than economics, Dave Helling writes. Keith Myers The Kansas City Star

Dave Helling: Like Donald Trump, Missouri’s right-to-work battle was mostly political noise

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