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Minimum Wage Increase Will Not Kill Jobs

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It’s a classic argument offered by Libertarian economists; “an increase in the minimum wage will kill jobs.” The problem with the argument is that the facts show this isn’t the case. A 2011 study found that minimum wages don’t hurt the employment prospects of low-wage workers.

Register Gets a New Publisher

OC Register Headquarters

Aaron Kushner, the new owner of Freedom Communications, will be a hands on owner and will serve as the publisher of The Orange County Register. He’ll be directly managing the day-to-day operations of Orange County Register Communications which includes 23 community papers as well as the Colorado Springs Gazette and the Spanish-language newspaper Excélsior, in…

DA Press Conference Video Re: Carlos Bustamante Charges

Councilman Carlos Bustamante Arrest at Santa Ana City Hall (Image from OC DA Video)

Video of the Orange County District Attorney’s press conference regarding the allegations that led to the arrest of Santa Ana Councilman, and former OC Public Works executive Carlos Bustamante. The video contains graphic details of the charges as well as video from Bustamante’s arrest and transport to Orange County Jail.

AD-69 Candidates get a F in Debate

The race for the Assembly seat in AD-69 is by far one of the most interesting and competitive to watch.  It’s a race that screams for a debate on the issues and yet we’ve had but one half-hearted debate in March, conducted in Spanish, attended by two of the five candidates. The race has become…