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City to Bump Minimum Wage up to $13, Workers ‘Fight for $15’

City workers gathered on the steps of City Hall to call for a higher minimum wage on Friday afternoon, less than a week before City Manager Sheryl Sculley will present the proposed 2016 City Budget to City Council. This proposal includes a more than $1.50 increase from $11.47 to $13 per hour minimum wage. The local […]