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Los Angeles Hotel Workers Win Big Minimum Wage Victory

Deidre Fulton @ Common Dreams - The Los Angeles City Council passed one of the highest minimum wage requirements in the country this week, which will apply to employees at big hotels around the city.

In a 12-3 vote on Wednesday, council members backed an ordinance establishing a minimum hourly wage of $15.37 for workers at Los Angeles hotels with at least 125 guest rooms.  Read more.

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