1998 Trent Lott Minimum Wage Press Conference
Other Form of Name
Lott, Trent, 1941-
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Press conference held by Senator Trent Lott. Various small business owners provide testimony on the adverse effects on their businesses if the proposed 40% increase in the minimum wage goes into effect. Press conferences ends with Lott taking questions from the press about minimum wage and the tobacco settlement.
Subject Headings (Library of Congress)
Minimum wage; Small business; Tobacco;
Trent Lott Collection (MUM00656). Archives and Special Collections. University of Mississippi Libraries.
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