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Two red states approved a minimum wage increase. Is the federal government next?

Two red states approved a minimum wage increase. Is the federal government next?

Nov 8, 2018

(U.S. edition) Arkansas and Missouri passed minimum wage hikes on Tuesday, but when it comes to a federal minimum wage hike, some experts told us not to hold our breath. And eight years after some elected officials railed against Medicaid…

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As two more states hike their minimum wage, what are the chances of a federal increase?

by Marielle Segarra Nov 8, 2018
Arkansas and Missouri voted to raise their minimum wages on Tuesday. Is the federal government next?
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Conservative states embrace Obamacare provisions

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As digital payments grow, an ATM maker looks beyond cash

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(U.S. edition) Arkansas and Missouri passed minimum wage hikes on Tuesday, but when it comes to a federal minimum wage hike, some experts told us not to hold our breath. And eight years after some elected officials railed against Medicaid expansion under the Affordable Care Act, those same people are embracing the program. Plus, how ATM makers are adapting as payments go digital. Today’s show is sponsored by ForexThe Michigan Economic Development Corporation and Paypal.