An unidentified SEIU worker hugs Gov. Jerry Brown after he signed a bill creating the highest statewide minimum wage at $15 an hour by 2022. The effort to pass the minimum wage bill was one reason why the California State Council of Service Employees reported a large increase in its payments to influence during the 1st quarter of 2016.
An unidentified SEIU worker hugs Gov. Jerry Brown after he signed a bill creating the highest statewide minimum wage at $15 an hour by 2022. The effort to pass the minimum wage bill was one reason why the California State Council of Service Employees reported a large increase in its payments to influence during the 1st quarter of 2016. Damian Dovarganes AP
An unidentified SEIU worker hugs Gov. Jerry Brown after he signed a bill creating the highest statewide minimum wage at $15 an hour by 2022. The effort to pass the minimum wage bill was one reason why the California State Council of Service Employees reported a large increase in its payments to influence during the 1st quarter of 2016. Damian Dovarganes AP
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May 06, 2016 05:07 PM

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