Pro-Minimum Wage Study Filled with Flaws

Recently, advocates of increasing Maine’s minimum wage published a study highlighting the alleged benefits of raising Maine’s minimum wage to $12 per hour. However, this study is riddled with inaccuracies […]

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A Family Lineage

*The following essay won the 2016 Milton Friedman Essay Contest Joshua Durgin, Matthew Gagnon Parental choice in education should be the norm, not the exception. The idea that government and society should […]

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Checking the Facts of Minimum Wage Hikes

Maine’s third-largest industry is tourism. At a size of approximately $2.2 billion and more than 85,000 jobs tied to the hotel and restaurant-heavy sector, Maine’s economy would be heavily impacted […]

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