GAO to visit Saipan for minimum wage assessment

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Government Accountability Office is due to have a team on Saipan the week of Nov. 28 as part of its mandate to report on the minimum wage every three years. The GAO Public Affairs Office told the Journal the team will be collecting data and conducting interviews with federal and Northern Mariana Islands government agencies, private employers and their workers, industry associations and workforce training groups. The office expects to complete and issue the report in the spring . . .

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