Ben Zipperer

Economic Policy Institute

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Economist at the Economic Policy Institute. 

Ben Zipperer on KCRW

Big businesses in L.A. will raise their minimum wage from $10.50 to $12 an hour this Saturday.

Does raising the minimum wage help or hurt low-skilled workers?

Big businesses in L.A. will raise their minimum wage from $10.50 to $12 an hour this Saturday.

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