Joe Miller Adds The Minimum Wage To The Long List of Things He Thinks Are Unconstitutional

There’s only three things Joe Miller likes in a sentence: a noun, a verb, and “unconstitutional.” After previously claiming that Social Security, Medicare, and unemployment benefits violate the Constitution, the Alaska GOP Senate candidate has added a new item to the long list of uncontroversial laws he thinks are unconstitutional — the federal minimum wage:

We asked him, for example, if there should be a federally mandated minimum wage, something that has existed since Congress passed the Fair Labor Standards Act in 1938.

So there should not be a federal minimum wage?“There should not be,” Miller answered. “That is not within the scope of the powers that are given to the federal government.”

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