When $15 minimum wage activists acknowledge that it will cause job losses, they often resort to arguing that “If an employer can’t pay a ‘living wage’ they shouldn’t be in business”. The closure of Forepaugh’s Restaurant is where that attitude leads.

“If an employer can’t pay a ‘living wage’ they shouldn’t be in business” – As Forepaugh’s Restaurant in St. Paul closes, activists get their way – American Experiment

When $15 minimum wage activists acknowledge that it will cause job losses, they often resort to arguing that “If an employer can’t pay a ‘living wage’ they shouldn’t be in business”. The closure of Forepaugh’s Restaurant is where that attitude leads.


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