GW WonkCast S3E7-1: Below the Fold: Minimum Wage Violations and the Primordial Soup of Policy Making

This week, our #BelowtheFold goes meta. co-Host Katherine Lundie starts off by discussing a Politico investigation into the enforcement of minimum wage violations. In six states, there are no investigators dedicated to enforcing these violations. Next, co-Host Gabe Moss kicks off a discussion about the theory of the primordial soup of policy making. How do policy makers time when they pitch a policy, and what effect does it have? co-Host Erik LaDue moderates.

Our new schedule features Below the Fold on Mondays, our guest interview on #wonkywednesdays, and Above the Fold live on the radio Fridays from 6:30-7:00 pm on gwradio.com and released online on Sundays. Send love letters, or hate mail, to wonkcast@gmail.com or comment on Facebook.

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See the sources:

Katherine Lundie: Behind the minimum wage fight, a sweeping failure to enforce the law, Politico

 

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