It's time to go on the record with the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce again.
Chamber President and CEO Paul Guzzi weighed in on the compromise on Beacon Hill over raising the state's minimum wage from $8 an hour to $11 by 2017.
"The minimum wage increase is important, and to be truthful, organizations like the Chamber were supportive, so we're going from $8 to $11. The good thing in this is that it won't take effect until Jan. 1. The other side that people haven't talked about are changes in our unemployment insurance system," he said.
Watch the video for more, including Guzzi's take on the Hub's potential bid for the 2024 Summer Olympics.