A column advocating a permanent tax credit for employees such as firefighters, nurses, law enforcement personnel, teachers and active-duty military who make less than $100,000 a year quotes Gerald C. Friedman, economics.

A column advocating a permanent tax credit for employees such as firefighters, nurses, law enforcement personnel, teachers and active-duty military who make less than $100,000 a year quotes Gerald C. Friedman, economics, who says that such a credit might cause employers in other industries to raise wages to keep workers from leaving for jobs that offer the tax credit. (Washington Post, 1/15/19)