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In Maine, Voters Wrestle With Income Inequality

Steve Corman believes it is his responsibility to pay a living wage to his employees at Vena’s Fizz House, a bar/restaurant in Portland, Maine.  Even though he’s still trying to grow his business and make a profit, Corman sees the hotly contested issue of minimum wage increases as a moral question, not just an economic one. That’s why he supports a question on the ballot in Maine this election, one that would allow voters to directly affect their state’s economic future. Maine’s...

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