As minimum wage rises, some employers cut back
Katie Johnston, Boston Globe
Massachusetts has the highest state minimum wage in the country following the $1 increase to $11 an hour that went into effect Sunday, but campaigns are already underway here and across the country for the lowest-paid workers to earn much more.
Election Ushers in Batch of States Preparing for Right-to-Work Laws
Melissa Quinn, The Daily Signal
Not only did the 2016 election bring the country a new president, but Nov. 8 also ushered in the right political environment for a batch of states to pass right-to-work bills.
Four Tips for Making Godly Resolutions about Your Wealth in 2017
Anne Bradley, Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics
Ultimately God desires each of us to find enjoyment in him in all things. We can do this through pursuing wholeheartedly those things he has designed us to do.
Wealth Inequality Doesn’t Mean More Poor People
David R. Henderson, FEE
Reduced taxes on capital would both encourage capital accumulation and cause real wages to rise.