Former Congressman Bobby Schilling isn't a fan of the President's proposal to raise the minimum wage to $10.10 per hour.  Joining "Riley & Scot" Wednesday morning, he said a move like that would only result in fewer jobs available for those just starting out in the labor market:

One of the things that he doesn't talk about is the fact that the majority of these minimum wage jobs that are out there are small business owners [hiring] kids that are in high school.  They're coming across to build some character and learn how to work.  It's really going to hurt those folks.


As a small-business owner himself, Schilling has some experience with the topic. He's running once again to reclaim the 17th District Congressional seat in Illinois. Here's the full audio from our interview:

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