I've personally experienced minimum wage. From the s4tand point of a college student who just wants extra cash, it's enough [barely]. So imagine a person who needs cash to pay bills. Unless they're not the main source of income of the household, then it's fine. I have it for an understanding that states set their own minimum wage, and Texas' right now seems to be at a reasonable level. I would say that they should keep minimum wage for teenagers [below 18 years of age] at a small number, while the minimum wage for legal adults should be raised to $9 or $10. Of course that would be discriminating so it won't happen, but kids who's only concern is to pay for fancy shit shouldn't get the same amount as somebody who needs to take a second job to make ends meet. This is all an opinion though, I have no stats or evidence to back my claim.
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