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 When it becomes evident that commercial enterprises are using state funds to supplement the expenses of paying their employees, so that the commercial enterprises may gain a lavish and excessive profit while fully able to satisfy the minimal living requirements of its employees and that commercial enterprises would earn a reasonable and fair profit even after providing an honest and adequate pay for all its employees. It is not unreasonable for the state to recover the full cost of housing, feeding and caring for the employees of any profitable commercial enterprise which for no other reason then simple greed has decided to allow any portion of its employees to be paid at or below poverty and require assistance from that state. I propose a federal “Corporate Poverty Tax” to be used to reimburse the state for caring for the working poor.
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