Yvonne Walker

SEIU

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President of SEIU Local 1000, which represents 95,000 state workers

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The bill  has yet to pass both houses in Sacramento, but Governor Brown says, if it does, he’ll sign it.

California about to Have the Highest Minimum Wage in Nation

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