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    Police arrest a protester at minimum wage hearing at City Hall. She was yelling “I’m pregnant” as she was taken away.

Police arrest a protester at minimum wage hearing at City Hall. She was yelling “I’m pregnant” as she was taken away. rlillis@sacbee.com
Police arrest a protester at minimum wage hearing at City Hall. She was yelling “I’m pregnant” as she was taken away. rlillis@sacbee.com
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Sacramento council approves $12.50 minimum wage plan after compromise reached

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