Protesters chant for increased wages and union rights at fast-food restaurants in Las Vegas last September. The California Endowment says raising the state minimum wage would help more people afford healthy food and life-saving medications.
Protesters chant for increased wages and union rights at fast-food restaurants in Las Vegas last September. The California Endowment says raising the state minimum wage would help more people afford healthy food and life-saving medications. John Locher Associated Press file
Protesters chant for increased wages and union rights at fast-food restaurants in Las Vegas last September. The California Endowment says raising the state minimum wage would help more people afford healthy food and life-saving medications. John Locher Associated Press file

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February 26, 2015 04:00 PM

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