Jacob Vigdor

University of Washington

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Professor of Public Affairs at the University of Washington

Jacob Vigdor on KCRW

Big businesses in L.A. will raise their minimum wage from $10.50 to $12 an hour this Saturday.

Does raising the minimum wage help or hurt low-skilled workers?

Big businesses in L.A. will raise their minimum wage from $10.50 to $12 an hour this Saturday.

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In last night’s speech to the nation,   President Obama announced executive action   to protect up to five million undocumented workers from deportation.

President Obama Goes It Alone

In last night’s speech to the nation, President Obama announced executive action to protect up to five million undocumented workers from deportation.

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