A minimum wage question, LePage’s attacks on poor kids and Brexit

A minimum wage question, LePage’s attacks on poor kids and Brexit

This week on the Beacon Podcast, Ben and Mike discuss the just-released official wording of the minimum wage question, new numbers on low-wage workers from Oxfam, Gov. LePage’s misuse of TANF funds and threats to end food stamps and Britain’s vote on leaving the European Union.

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