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YOU LOVE TO SEE IT: Delaware Rebukes Its Senators On $15 Min Wage

Also: Biden has a plan to tax the rich, and Sinema’s insult boomerangs to help the fight-for-$15 campaign.
YOU LOVE TO SEE IT: Delaware Rebukes Its Senators On $15 Min Wage
Delaware Sens. Tom Carper, left, and Chris Coons

Despite hailing from President Joe Biden’s deep-blue home state, Delaware’s Democratic U.S. senators cast decisive votes in March to help Republicans kill a $15 federal minimum wage initiative. One of those senators, Chris Coons, said during a town hall discussion of the $15 minimum wage last year that he thinks “there are places in the country where that’s too high.”

Coons’ home state, apparently, isn’t one of those places.

Also:

  • Biden is planning a major tax increase on the wealthy.
  • Sinema’s “Fuck Off” ring isn’t having the effect she likely expected.

A labor union official has scored a key regulatory job.


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