On the outside, it seems like a win for the black community and anyone else who would like to see the old boys’ club in St. Louis disrupted and held accountable.
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Raising the minimum wage does not cost people jobs and helps to increase the incomes of older workers, contrary to the notion that higher minimum wages force earlier retirements, according to Mark Borgschulte, a professor of economics at the University of Illinois.
“We all have a platform. Please, please let’s give back to the youth. They need us; they’re the future. It’s way bigger than basketball.”
In the City of Brotherly Love, they now call it, “the most devastating play in Philadelphia sports history.”
A familiar name will guide the St. Louis XFL squad’s wide receiving corps – former St. Louis Rams standout Az-Zahir Hakim.