Walmart not so cheap
A recent study by Democrats with the U.S. House Committee on Education and the Workforce showed that because of low wages, Walmart employees in Wisconsin are on food stamps, Medicaid and housing subsidies, costing taxpayers between $904,542 and $1.74 million per Walmart store.
Why do we, the public, shop at the so-called lowest-price store when we are making up the difference in tax-funded welfare? The lowest price is not always the best deal.
Think about this the next time you are going to Walmart.
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