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The five members of Oklahoma's congressional delegation may have had different reasons for voting against a measure to more than double the federal minimum wage from $7.25 to $15 an hour. But whatever their motives, the results were correct, because Oklahoma businesses can't afford such a stark increase, even if it's spread over a five-year period.


Local companies say the worker shortage is from the inability to find qualified candidates which creates another issue of attracting and retai…