http://www.foxnews.com/politics/201...ork-enact-15-minimum-wages.html?intcmp=hplnws This is a bad idea. Low skill, low paying jobs such as those in Fast Food and retail are not careers and people should not depend on them. This will harm small businesses, raise costs, and also taxes. I have seen fast food worker strikes in the news which is absurd as if people think they are entitled to $30K a year for a low skill job, it is about time they get some skills so they can earn more money. I tell you that fast food jobs are not worth 30K a year so people need to get off that dream. It is true that people working in low paying jobs will have a harder time getting some valuable job skills since they cant afford college costs, but this is an entirely different matter. Plenty of people are very lazy and have no ambition and think they can live all their lives working in fast food without bettering themselves. But for those that have ambition, desire, and want to better themselves yet cannot due to not having enough money to afford college, then perhaps maybe the government can help these people. In my state community college costs an arm and a leg and I cannot afford to go back to school with my present salary. I make too much to qualify for a tuition free education, yet do not make enough to afford college costs without going into debt. Go figure.