Mary Lazich: Student of History...Not!
The Republican State Senator from New Berlin is griping that Wisconsin approved a 22 cents-per-hour minimum wage in 1919.
And as another increase is coming, Lazich says that's where state economic woes began.
Since adjusted for inflation, that 22 cents hourly today would be a mere $2.70, which I presume Lazich thinks would be a fair, decent, relevant wage.
Note to readers: yes, you read that correctly. This is from one of 33 Wisconsin state senators.
Did she perform that calculation on executive pay?
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