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0 Email Twitter Google+ E-Headlines July Forecast: Higher Temperatures, Higher Minimum Wages 1. Indicates “standard” minimum wage rate2. Rate for businesses with 56+ employees3. Rate for businesses with 26+ employees EPIOnline.org Share. on June 29, 2017 By CBN Pinterest Tumblr LinkedIn 17 States & Localities Will Experience Wage Hikes on July 1 including Oregon Going from $9.75 to $10.25 an Hour.Washington D.C. – The Employment Policies Institute (EPI) is highlighting the 17 minimum wage increases set to take place on July 1, 2017. These include two states, the District of Columbia and 14 other municipalities, threatening to destroy job opportunities for young adults across the country.Ten California cities and localities will see wage increases, with the general wage floor rising as high as $15.20. In Santa Monica, a union-negotiated loophole will raise the minimum wage for hotels to $15.37 an hour–unless the employees are covered by a collective bargaining agreement. Numerous real-world stories of business closures, lost job opportunities, or fewer hours can be found at www. Facesof15.com, the home of EPI’s “Faces of 15″ project which chronicles the victims of minimum wage hikes across the country.Flagstaff, Arizona will see a reduced hike to $10.50 instead of $12 after concerns were raised about potential job losses. Over 50 Cook County suburbs have recently opted out of the county ordinance in preparation for the July 1st minimum wage increase, prompted by fears of job loss. And the county executive in Montgomery County, MD, vetoed a proposed increase to a $15 minimum wage earlier this year, after concerns were raised about harm to the county’s small business.In a recent op-ed, EPI explained the impacts of minimum wage hikes on historically low youth employment. You can read the op-ed at www.eastbaytimes.com/2017/05/29/opinion-retail-apocalypse-has-crippled-teen-job-market/.“This summer, small businesses and the people they employ will feel the heat from 17 different minimum wage increases,” said Michael Saltsman, EPI’s managing director. “The empirical and anecdotal evidence is overwhelming that these wage hikes will reduce workplace opportunities for the people they’re intended to help.”July 1st, 2017 Minimum Wage IncreasesState/County/City Current Minimum Wage July 1st, Minimum Wage Facebook
SAINTS had a night to forget as they went down 32-22 at home to Hull FC.Despite being 18-6 up at half time the visitors ran in five second half tries to condemn the Champions to their third defeat in a row.Starting well has been a problem for Saints recently but two strong opening sets set their stall out for a solid if uninspiring first half.The home side turned Hull on their heels and put in some big D when it was needed – although FC were guilty of two forward passes in key positions.Adam Quinlan stopped a chasing Jamie Shaul on eight minutes and Mark Percival was unlucky not to open the scoring five minutes later following a mazy run.Matty Fleming atoned for a loose carry with a fantastic tackle on Jordan Abdull before Mark Flanagan was denied the opener because of a forward pass.Saints always looked the most likely – and once one of those passes stuck, it was try time.Walsh caught Flanagan on a strong line and the second rower produced a nice offload for Luke Thompson to cross for his third of the season.Within moments though, Hull were back in it. A loose pass deep inside their own half was scooped up and Curtis Naughton went over in the corner.Saints hit back through Swift – Walsh and Burns combining and a wonderful cut out ball finding the winger for his 17th of the campaign.And from the restart Roby broke down the right hand side, found Josh Jones who rounded his man and and duly sent it back inside for the hooker to finish what he started.Walsh three from three with the boot.Tom Lineham pulled Hull FC back into it three minutes into the second half as he polished off a fine move before the excellent Roby almost put Greenwood over.Both sides were giving the ball some air but lacking that attention to detail when it needed.But when Hull attacked Saints’ line on 54 minutes they profited – Joe Westerman being caught by a slightly dubious but quick pass to plunge over.Saints got into good positions following that try but couldn’t find a way over – then Hull scored from absolutely nothing.. although it was a piece of class.The defence was up quick and Sneyd kicked through to find Shaul at full tilt to collect the bouncing ball with the full back nowhere in sight.Saints should have made better use of Percival’s 60 yard break on 67 minutes and they were punished moments later.This time Matty Fleming knocked an innocuous kick and Naughton mopped up.Saints forced the ball on the last in the final stages and Naughton completed his hat-trick.Mark Percival scoring a scant consolation.Match Summary:Saints:Tries: Thompson, Swift, Roby, PercivalGoals: Walsh (3 from 4)Hull FC:Tries: Naughton (3), Lineham, Westerman, ShaulGoals: Sneyd (4 from 6)Penalties:Saints: 4Hull FC: 3HT: 18-6FT: 22-32REF: James ChildATT: 10,203Teams:Saints:37. Adam Quinlan; 30. Matt Fleming, 17. Mark Percival, 4. Josh Jones, 5. Adam Swift; 6. Travis Burns, 7. Luke Walsh; 14. Alex Walmsley, 9. James Roby, 25. Andre Savelio, 15. Mark Flanagan, 13. Louie McCarthy-Scarsbrook, 18. Luke Thompson.Subs: 3. Jordan Turner, 8. Mose Masoe, 19. Greg Richards, 21. Joe Greenwood.Hull FC:1. Jamie Shaul; 20. Curtis Naughton, 5. Fetuli Talanoa, 3. Setaimata Sa, 2. Tom Lineham; 27. Jordan Abdull, 7. Marc Sneyd; 8. Mickey Paea, 9. Danny Houghton, 10. Liam Watts, 12. Mark Minichiello, 17. Dean Hadley, 13. Joe Westerman.Subs: 14. Iafeta Palea’aesina, 16. Jordan Thompson, 28. Brad Fash, 32. Jordan Rankin.