A little-known loophole in federal law allows people with disabilities to be employed below the minimum wage, writes Nicholas Freiling. Why the exemption? This audio Mises Daily is narrated by Allan Davis.
There is a little-known loophole in federal law that allows for people with disabilities to be employed at wage rates below the minimum wage. Why the exemption? It’s an effort to lessen unemployment among the disabled, and a tacit admission in federal law that minimum wages cause unemployment.