Jazz and Justice

March 2002
American Prospect;3/11/2002, Vol. 13 Issue 5, p7
Comments on the enactment of the municipal minimum wage law in New Orleans, Louisiana on February 2, 2002. Results of the polls conducted for the enactment of the law; Amount of the wage increase; Significance of the minimum wage law enacted by the state.


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