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Bottom Lines: Study disproving common-knowledge effects of minimum wage increase used narrow sample, skewed data

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Posted: Sunday, February 17, 2013 12:00 am

Despite the opposition of businesses statewide and especially along the Jersey Shore, the state Legislature on Thursday decided to ask voters in November’s election to amend the state Constitution to provide perpetual, automatic increases to the minimum wage, starting with a 14 percent rise.

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