Wednesday, April 23, 2014


I keep hearing that they want as many decisions as possible made at the lowest level of government as possible but they seem fine with applying statewide bans on some liberal plans.   Here's just one example:
Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin signed a bill last Monday banning cities in the state from establishing a mandatory minimum wage or requiring employers to provide a mandatory minimum number of paid sick or leave days. Any existing or future ordinances regarding these issues would be considered null and void.
With this perfunctory stroke of her pen, Fallin claimed that raising the minimum wage would "drive businesses to other communities and states and would raise prices for consumers."

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