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2012 Libertarian Presidential Nominee
Former Governor of New Mexico

Gary Johnson

Presidential Candidate Gary Johnson


Johnson position on the Minimum Wage

The former New Mexico governor is against the idea of having a national minimum wage policy, as he feels that a uniform minimum wage rate across the country does not take into account the difference in living costs between regions and its respective local job market, while potentially causing some industries to lose their competitive edge. Johnson points out that a majority of states already have their own minimum wage policy that could be rewritten in the face of new market changes.


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Mitt Romney on the Minimum Wage
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