Morning Ebrief
March 13, 2018


Minimum Wage Increase Are Reducing Jobs for Teens
Charles Blahous, E21

One of the leading economic policy challenges of our time is the persistent decline in workforce participation among working-age Americans. Economists from left to righthave cited declining workforce growth as one of the principal barriers to our future economic growth, and thus to our future prosperity.  It's important to understand the causes of declining workforce participation if we are to take effective action to mitigate it.  Read more here....


Should taxes be raised? 

YES  Fixing the Tax Bill - Jared Bernstein, Washington Post
NO  Democratic Tax Plan Hits Blue States Hardest - Ryan Ellis, Forbes


How a Bill Keeps Becoming a Law(suit)
Tom Miller, E21

Who's Afraid of Higher Wages? (subs.)
Larry Kudlow & Stephen Moore, Wall Street Journal

Spare Us the Millennial Railcard
Andrew McKie, CapX

Is Capitalism Better Than Socialism?
Bryan Caplan, FEE

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