Michigan Business Review reports on a recent Michigan Capitol Confidential story about members of Michigan's Congressional delegation who voted for an increase in the federal minimum wage law but offer unpaid internships in their offices.

"The publication asks the question that if congressional members believed that it's exploitative to hire employees for less than a minimum wage, isn't it worse to hire them for no pay at all? They make a good point," Michigan Business Review says about Capitol Confidential's coverage.

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