Planning for a wedding in 2020? Look no further than these must-shop styles.
The latest bridal collections-designed for Spring 2020 aisles-were all about new interpretations of the classics, fresh alternatives to ivory and alabaster, and inspirations from decades past that feel undeniably fashion-forward, without losing the uniqueness and timelessness a bridal gown requires. From modern takes on tailoring to the latest It accessories, these are the trends you'll want to keep an eye out for when shopping for next year's wedding season.
Anonymous: "Since the minimum wage was raised to $7.25, its purchasing power has declined by 17%. That’s a loss of $3,000 in annual earnings for full-time minimum wage workers. Since reaching its buying power peak in 1968, the minimum wage has lost 31% in purchasing power. That means that effectively, minimum wage workers are “earning” more than $6,800 less than they would have in 1968 — when the minimum wage was only $1.60." This quote form the content indicates that we only need to raise the minimum wage 31% to get thee purchasing power back to that record from 1968. Okay - let's make this simple. Raise the minimum wage 31% to $9.50 (not $15!) and then automatically raise it annually by the inflation rate given to SS recipients! That takes the politics out of it and those blue states can then use the $15 figure if they choose.