Rep. Shaul, who has a zero voting record from Planned Parenthood and NARAL, has of course been opposed to any sort of family planning options, but his new attack on cities seeking to set a higher wage is based on the idea that… people should be better family planners.
“My feeling is that the state minimum wage should be the minimum wage,” Shaul said Thursday. “The legislature acted in 2015 to provide consistency across the state for employees and employers and avoid a patchwork of laws.”
Rep Shaul, however, doesn’t address the reality that the cost of living in many areas of Missouri are radically different than the Kansas City and St. Louis metro areas.
Missouri, he argues, should work harder to attract high paying jobs, but for people who work minimum wage jobs and have a family?
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