A high hard one under Kshama Sawant's chin is delivered by 77% of Swiss voters;
Swiss voters overwhelmingly rejected a move to set state-controlled pay levels, spurning an initiative that would have introduced the highest minimum wage in the world.
Roughly 77% of Swiss voters Sunday opposed the Minimum Wage Initiative, according to Swiss television. Twenty-three percent supported the referendum item, which had been proposed by the Swiss Trades Union Confederation.
The vote, which would have established a minimum hourly wage of 22 Swiss francs ($25) an hour, marks a move by Swiss voters away from legislating compensation.Yodel that, Socialists United.
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