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Overwhelming Vote Against Regional Minimum Wage

March 1st, 2019 by WCBC Radio

Maryland House Speaker Michael Busch announced an overwhelming vote against a regional approach to the state’s minimum wage. District 1B Delegate Jason Buckel made the case for a regional minimum wage…

House Majority Leader Kathleen Dumais said there is a chance the issue will be revisited next year…

2 Responses to “Overwhelming Vote Against Regional Minimum Wage”

  1. March 01, 2019 at 9:19 am, mac said:

    Delegate Buckel is telling us that the franchise holders of McDonalds in Allegany county are ready to move 3 or 4 miles into West Virginia, which puts 4 or 6 franchises, in Ridgeley and/or Carpendale ? That is something I would like to see.

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  2. March 01, 2019 at 2:05 pm, Robert said:

    I predicted this would happen yesterday in a reply to the article, “House of Delegates Gives Preliminary Approval to $15/Hr Wage”, but evidently for some reason the conservatives at wcbcradio didn’t like my reply in favor of the Democratic Majority in Annapolis. Its too bad when a radio station is so bias they only want to hear the opinions of the right wing residents of this county. Yes I’m a lifelong Democrat & a John Kennedy protoype liberal so if you don’t wish to hear both sides of the political views just let me know and I won’t bother reading anymore of your bias news.

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