Democracy and Justice Studies Assistant Prof. Jon Shelton wrote a guest column for Thursday’s (Dec. 26) Green Bay Press-Gazette, focusing on the ongoing debate surrounding a proposed downtown Walmart. Shelton’s essay explores minimum wage issues as they relate to the retailer, expressing concern about income inequality trends and what a downtown Walmart might bring to the area. You can check out the column, here.
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