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GLP Red State Rubes Wrong Again: Seattle's Retail Prices Static

 
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GLP Red State Rubes Wrong Again: Seattle's Retail Prices Static
One year after raising minimum wage -- or should I say, one year after all the tools living in trailers in debtor welfare red states saying Seattle would go bust, all is well and retail prices are static.

Behold, rubes. All that bootlicking, and you aren't even right.


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More than a year after a new minimum wage took effect in Seattle—$12.50 an hour now for small employers, increasing to $15 an hour by January 2018—prices at most stores haven't gone up.

Before the minimum wage law took effect, most retailers said they would have to charge more. So far, that hasn't happened.
In a new report, researchers from the University of Washington presented data that showed "little or no evidence" of price increases in most sectors. Before the minimum wage law took effect, most retailers said they would have to charge more—and most low-wage workers were worried that they would have to spend more for necessities. So far, that hasn't happened.


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Re: GLP Red State Rubes Wrong Again: Seattle's Retail Prices Static
One year after raising minimum wage -- or should I say, one year after all the tools living in trailers in debtor welfare red states saying Seattle would go bust, all is well and retail prices are static.

Behold, rubes. All that bootlicking, and you aren't even right.


[link to www.fastcoexist.com]


More than a year after a new minimum wage took effect in Seattle—$12.50 an hour now for small employers, increasing to $15 an hour by January 2018—prices at most stores haven't gone up.

Before the minimum wage law took effect, most retailers said they would have to charge more. So far, that hasn't happened.
In a new report, researchers from the University of Washington presented data that showed "little or no evidence" of price increases in most sectors. Before the minimum wage law took effect, most retailers said they would have to charge more—and most low-wage workers were worried that they would have to spend more for necessities. So far, that hasn't happened.


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Thats because the ones who were barely scraping by have already closed over the last year! And expect more to close as the wage goes up....LIBTARD!



Restaurants In Seattle are Closing Down at an Alarming Rate, Is the $15 Minimum Wage a Factor?


A new minimum wage law is about to go in to effect on April 1st in Seattle, Washington, and some are saying that restaurants there are starting to close as a result.


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Re: GLP Red State Rubes Wrong Again: Seattle's Retail Prices Static
Sears, Macy's, Walmart, & Starbucks all closing stores in Seattle. Yeah, it's working great.

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Re: GLP Red State Rubes Wrong Again: Seattle's Retail Prices Static
One year after raising minimum wage -- or should I say, one year after all the tools living in trailers in debtor welfare red states saying Seattle would go bust, all is well and retail prices are static.

Behold, rubes. All that bootlicking, and you aren't even right.


[link to www.fastcoexist.com]


More than a year after a new minimum wage took effect in Seattle—$12.50 an hour now for small employers, increasing to $15 an hour by January 2018—prices at most stores haven't gone up.

Before the minimum wage law took effect, most retailers said they would have to charge more. So far, that hasn't happened.
In a new report, researchers from the University of Washington presented data that showed "little or no evidence" of price increases in most sectors. Before the minimum wage law took effect, most retailers said they would have to charge more—and most low-wage workers were worried that they would have to spend more for necessities. So far, that hasn't happened.


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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 70661740



Thats because the ones who were barely scraping by have already closed over the last year! And expect more to close as the wage goes up....LIBTARD!



Restaurants In Seattle are Closing Down at an Alarming Rate, Is the $15 Minimum Wage a Factor?


A new minimum wage law is about to go in to effect on April 1st in Seattle, Washington, and some are saying that restaurants there are starting to close as a result.


[link to www.ijreview.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 53886965


But economically if all those businesses were actually closing as you claim, there would be a reduction in the supply of said services and prices would naturally have to increase. So the data thus far doesn't back up your claim.
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Re: GLP Red State Rubes Wrong Again: Seattle's Retail Prices Static
One year after raising minimum wage -- or should I say, one year after all the tools living in trailers in debtor welfare red states saying Seattle would go bust, all is well and retail prices are static.

Behold, rubes. All that bootlicking, and you aren't even right.


[link to www.fastcoexist.com]


More than a year after a new minimum wage took effect in Seattle—$12.50 an hour now for small employers, increasing to $15 an hour by January 2018—prices at most stores haven't gone up.

Before the minimum wage law took effect, most retailers said they would have to charge more. So far, that hasn't happened.
In a new report, researchers from the University of Washington presented data that showed "little or no evidence" of price increases in most sectors. Before the minimum wage law took effect, most retailers said they would have to charge more—and most low-wage workers were worried that they would have to spend more for necessities. So far, that hasn't happened.


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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 70661740



Thats because the ones who were barely scraping by have already closed over the last year! And expect more to close as the wage goes up....LIBTARD!



Restaurants In Seattle are Closing Down at an Alarming Rate, Is the $15 Minimum Wage a Factor?


A new minimum wage law is about to go in to effect on April 1st in Seattle, Washington, and some are saying that restaurants there are starting to close as a result.


[link to www.ijreview.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 53886965


But economically if all those businesses were actually closing as you claim, there would be a reduction in the supply of said services and prices would naturally have to increase. So the data thus far doesn't back up your claim.
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It doesn't happen overnight but it will happen. There is going to be a payday someday for the current idiotic economic policies going on at present.

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Re: GLP Red State Rubes Wrong Again: Seattle's Retail Prices Static
One year after raising minimum wage -- or should I say, one year after all the tools living in trailers in debtor welfare red states saying Seattle would go bust, all is well and retail prices are static.

Behold, rubes. All that bootlicking, and you aren't even right.


[link to www.fastcoexist.com]


More than a year after a new minimum wage took effect in Seattle—$12.50 an hour now for small employers, increasing to $15 an hour by January 2018—prices at most stores haven't gone up.

Before the minimum wage law took effect, most retailers said they would have to charge more. So far, that hasn't happened.
In a new report, researchers from the University of Washington presented data that showed "little or no evidence" of price increases in most sectors. Before the minimum wage law took effect, most retailers said they would have to charge more—and most low-wage workers were worried that they would have to spend more for necessities. So far, that hasn't happened.


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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 70661740



Thats because the ones who were barely scraping by have already closed over the last year! And expect more to close as the wage goes up....LIBTARD!



Restaurants In Seattle are Closing Down at an Alarming Rate, Is the $15 Minimum Wage a Factor?


A new minimum wage law is about to go in to effect on April 1st in Seattle, Washington, and some are saying that restaurants there are starting to close as a result.


[link to www.ijreview.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 53886965


there are a lot of restaurants and new ones opening everywhere. the population of Seattle is exploding
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Re: GLP Red State Rubes Wrong Again: Seattle's Retail Prices Static
OP, like all libtards, is an economic hemorrhoid.

Looks like he also just go laid off and is nowhere to be seen.

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Last Edited by The Comedian :D on 05/01/2016 05:17 PM
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Re: GLP Red State Rubes Wrong Again: Seattle's Retail Prices Static
One year after raising minimum wage -- or should I say, one year after all the tools living in trailers in debtor welfare red states saying Seattle would go bust, all is well and retail prices are static.

Behold, rubes. All that bootlicking, and you aren't even right.


[link to www.fastcoexist.com]


More than a year after a new minimum wage took effect in Seattle—$12.50 an hour now for small employers, increasing to $15 an hour by January 2018—prices at most stores haven't gone up.

Before the minimum wage law took effect, most retailers said they would have to charge more. So far, that hasn't happened.
In a new report, researchers from the University of Washington presented data that showed "little or no evidence" of price increases in most sectors. Before the minimum wage law took effect, most retailers said they would have to charge more—and most low-wage workers were worried that they would have to spend more for necessities. So far, that hasn't happened.


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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 70661740



Thats because the ones who were barely scraping by have already closed over the last year! And expect more to close as the wage goes up....LIBTARD!



Restaurants In Seattle are Closing Down at an Alarming Rate, Is the $15 Minimum Wage a Factor?


A new minimum wage law is about to go in to effect on April 1st in Seattle, Washington, and some are saying that restaurants there are starting to close as a result.


[link to www.ijreview.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 53886965


there are a lot of restaurants and new ones opening everywhere. the population of Seattle is exploding
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 71893250


That's your influx of California libtard assholes relocating because their Seattle-style decisions have destroyed California. They are locusts.

Hilarious.
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