Jim Mangia

St John's Well Child and Family Center

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President and CEO of the St John's Well Child and Family Center; former chair of the Board at the Community Clinic Association of Los Angeles County

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California's minimum wage is scheduled to increase from $8 an hour to $9 next July and to $10 in 2016. The  St.

St. John’s Child and Wellness Center Ups Minimum Wage to $15

California's minimum wage is scheduled to increase from $8 an hour to $9 next July and to $10 in 2016. The St.

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