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Bare minimum

6 July 2011 By James Pethokoukis

When a Republican presidential contender hinted at axing the popular hourly pay support, it looked like a rookie political stumble. But the underlying economics of the argument may stand up. The policy is a classic case of good intentions being overtaken by unintended results.

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