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Local politicians are being congratulated for raising the minimum wage. Some 700,000 workers will be entitled to $10.50 an hour next year and $15 by the year 2020.

Increased Minimum Wage: A Workplace Reality or Political Dream?

Local politicians are being congratulated for raising the minimum wage. Some 700,000 workers will be entitled to $10.50 an hour next year and $15 by the year 2020.

from Which Way, L.A.?

The political battle over raising the minimum wage is over. In Los Angeles, that's supposed to mean $10.50 an hour as soon as next year and $15 by the year 2020.

Increased Minimum Wage: A Workplace Reality or Political Dream?

The political battle over raising the minimum wage is over. In Los Angeles, that's supposed to mean $10.50 an hour as soon as next year and $15 by the year 2020.

from Which Way, L.A.?

On Saturday, Mayor Garcetti plans to sign a measure the City Council passed almost unanimously.  It will make Los Angeles America’s biggest city to raise the minimum wage.

The Challenges of Making LA's Minimum Wage a Reality

On Saturday, Mayor Garcetti plans to sign a measure the City Council passed almost unanimously.  It will make Los Angeles America’s biggest city to raise the minimum wage.

from Which Way, L.A.?

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