[nfbwatlk] Less than minimum wage ?
avila.bert.humberto2 at gmail.com
Mon Jul 18 16:46:21 CDT 2011
Yes, I agree that there are some people who, due to some really extenuating
disability, can not produce a product that is not even worth minimum wage.
However, not blind people. Blindness is not, and will not be, an
extenuating disability in which I am preventing myself to work, and blind
people can produce a product or service that could be much more than minimum
wage--and, if a blind person should earn minimum wage, he or she must be
able to do so, and competitively like the other people that earn minimum
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Subject: [nfbwatlk] Less than minimum wage ?
It is the opinion of this writer that there should be some exemptions to the
minimum wage law. There are many individuals who cannot produce a product
or service that is worth even minimum wage. I think those who should be on
the excmption list include about 75% of congress, the IRS, the social
security administration and my internet provider's No HELP desk.
Paul Van Dyck
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