New California law could raise fast-food minimum wage to $22 an hour

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Under the legislation, the council could raise the minimum wage for fast food workers to up to $22 an hour — well above the $15 an hour in the state for employers with more than 26 workers. The new standards apply to chains with at least 100 locations nationally. "Today's action gives hardworking fast-food workers a stronger voice and seat at the table to set fair wages and critical health and...

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