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California's minimum wage for fast-food employees rises

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California's minimum wage for fast-food employees has increased.

The minimum wage for those workers moved to $20 per hour on Monday. That gives many of those employees a 25% raise from last week.

The change impacts some 500,000 workers.

Read more from NPR.

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Farquhar

But......the Paneras were excluded from this measure. They were "smart" enough to contribute heavily to liberal politicians that excluded any "restaurant" that bakes bread at their location. Somehow though....SUBWAY and the other sandwich places did not receive such grace.

Government corruption at its pinacle.

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