Oregon Looks To Raise Wages For People With Intellectual Disabilities
As the national debate on whether to raise the minimum wage continues, some adults in Oregon with developmental disabilities are still paid as little as 25 cents an hour.
Now, a group of Oregon lawmakers is trying to change that. From the Here & Now Contributors Network, Chris Lehman reports.
- Chris Lehman, reporter for Oregon Public Broadcasting and Northwest News Network. He’s based in Salem, Oregon. He tweets @CapitolCurrents.
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