Why the Swiss Said No to a $25 Minimum Wage

A woman casts her ballot during a referendum on May 18 in Bulle, western Switzerland Photograph by Fabrice Coffrini/AFP via Getty Images

When it comes to raising the minimum wage, more isn’t necessarily better. Swiss voters took that into account on Sunday when they soundly rejected setting the national minimum wage at the equivalent of about $25 an hour.

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