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Headlines from November 8:
Amidst predictions that the shutdown would have stunted job growth, these numbers come as a surprise.
$10 Minimum Wage Proposal Has Growing Support From White House — New York Times
There’s cautious optimism that even the House could get on board with the Fair Minimum Wage Act.
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Liberals Are Preparing Right Now to Press Hillary Clinton on Entitlements — The New Republic
Jim Dean, the head of Democracy for America—founded by his brother, 2004 presidential candidate Howard Dean—said he’s more immediately focused on growing a grassroots army in the states that will solidify public opinion on issues of economic security and enhancing Social Security and Medicare. But he’s also concerned that a Clinton coronation would preempt a clash on how to enhance benefit programs, which he refuses to call “entitlements.” “I am interested in other candidates because we need other candidates to have a debate to push this forward,” Dean said. “We will be pushing the envelope on this. We’re going to press that debate. We’ll fight back against it if she doesn’t.”
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