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  • Leslie Williams
Tue, Sep 30, 2014 05:50 AM
Issue of September 24, 2014
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Low minimum wage bad for women, families, business

My Opinion

As a small business owner myself, I don't see the logic in business people arguing against increasing the minimum wage....more >>

County continues to evolve

In the past week, I've talked with a former Corydon business owner and one who is looking to open a service-provider business in the downtown area. Both wondered what is happening with what might initially seem like an abandonment of the business district....more >>

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