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Tuesday, August 30, 2005 Issue 5 - Impacts of a Minimum Wage Increase   VOLUME 1 ISSUE 5  
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Utah and the Nation: How do we compare?
http://www.cppa.utah.edu/policy_compare....

The Center for Public Policy & Administration is pleased to present Utah and the Nation: How do we compare? The report offers comparative data on 10 public policy issues. It is our hope that Utah and the Nation will be of interest to many throughout Utah and perhaps encourage leaders and residents to discuss and evaluate the state’s pressing public policy issues.

Based on a similar document completed by the Morrison Institute in Arizona, the data presented in Utah and the Nation was taken from reliable secondary sources such as the U.S. Census Bureau. Every effort was made to ensure the facts and figures presented are up-to-date and accurate. It is worth remembering, however, that data is dynamic and released continually therefore, no document can capture “real time” data 100 percent of the time.

To access Utah and the Nation: How do we compare?, please go to www.cppa.utah.edu/policy_compare.html
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