6:22 pm February 14, 2012, by AJC Opinion
Moderated by Rick Badie
Georgia’s minimum wage for some workers of $5.15 an hour stands $2.10 shy of the federal wage, something state Rep. Rashad Taylor of Atlanta wants to change.
Advocates say workers deserve more, given inflation and basic living expenses.
The director of a state small-business association argues an increase would stifle economic momentum and even hurt hiring.
What do you think?
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