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A full-page ad in the LA Times and a mobile billboard are just two of the more dramatic elements supporting labor in the campaign against a proposed increase to the minimum wage that…

Santa Monica City Council to Vote on Minimum Wage

A full-page ad in the LA Times and a mobile billboard are just two of the more dramatic elements supporting labor in the campaign against a proposed increase to the minimum wage that…

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