Editorials from around Pennsylvania:
AMAZON IS WALMART'S ENEMY, NOT HIGHER WAGES, Feb. 10
Income inequality may be an issue in presidential politics, but corporate defenders of the status quo aren't letting that stop their railing against wage increases. Some are even blaming higher pay for Walmart's decision to close dozens of stores.
Walmart, which in January announced plans to close 154 stores in the United States, decided last year to raise its average hourly wages from $9.48 to $10.58 for part-time workers and from $12.85 to $13.38 for full-time workers by Feb. 20. That is still below the $14.95 average hourly wage of U.S. retail workers, according...