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Publications by date about: Minimum Wage

March 26, 2008Fact SheetExpanding the EIC in 2009
March 25, 2008CenterPointsA Tax System that Matches Oregon Values
December 28, 2007News ReleaseRise in Oregon’s Minimum Wage Set to Take Effect
September 19, 2007News ReleaseJob Growth Not Dampened by Minimum Wage Raises, Study Shows
January 25, 2007News ReleaseNew 2007 Poverty Guidelines Highlight Value of Minimum Wage Adjustment
December 29, 2006News ReleaseNew Year’s Day Minimum Wage Boost Helps Low-Wage Workers Without Hurting Economy
September 2, 2006ReportWho's Getting Ahead? Opportunity in a Growing Economy, State of Working Oregon 2006
September 2, 2006News ReleaseWho's Getting Ahead This Labor Day?
January 27, 2006News ReleaseNew 2006 Poverty Guidelines Highlight Value of Minimum Wage Adjustment
December 30, 2005News ReleaseNew Year’s Day Minimum Wage Boost Helps Low-Wage Workers Without Hurting Economy
September 16, 2005News ReleaseMinimum Wage Employers Posting Strong Job Growth
September 7, 2005News ReleaseOregon Agriculture Harvests Bumper Income
September 17, 2004News ReleaseOregon's Minimum Wage Hike Defies Bush Economic Agenda
April 24, 2003ReportCooking the Public Debate
April 24, 2003News ReleaseNew Report Confirms that Minimum Wage Increases Have Not Caused Job Loss in Oregon
February 14, 2003ReportUrban Inflation for the Minimum Wage
February 14, 2003News ReleaseNew Report Finds Measure 25 Inflation Adjustment Appropriate for Oregon’s Farm Workers
December 30, 2002News ReleaseGood Economic News For The New Year
September 24, 2002News ReleaseRecession Takes Its Toll
September 13, 2002Issue BriefMeasure 25 and Food Stamps
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