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Check out the online WPC-sponsored debate over a minimum wage increase

There's a debate this evening on the topic of a national minimum wage. It's presented by the Washington Policy Center and hosted by the University of Washington.

You can check it out online through TVW, the state television network.

The Washington Policy Center hosts a public debate on the minimum wage issue - panelists include State Rep's. Chris Reykdal (D-Olympia) and Matt Manweller (R-Ellensburg), Stephen Moore (Wall Street Journal Editorial Board) and moderated by Robert Mak.

Mak is a longtime political journalist and former host of “KING 5 News Up Front.”  Over the past 20 years, Mak has covered many of the major news events shaping public policy in Washington State and his news reports have been recognized by numerous organizations.

 


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