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  • Minimum wage rally outside Missouri Supreme Court

    Terrance Wise, a fast food worker from Kansas City, discusses efforts to raise the minimum wage shortly after the Missouri Supreme Court heard arguments on the issue.

Terrance Wise, a fast food worker from Kansas City, discusses efforts to raise the minimum wage shortly after the Missouri Supreme Court heard arguments on the issue. Jason Hancock The Kansas City Star
Terrance Wise, a fast food worker from Kansas City, discusses efforts to raise the minimum wage shortly after the Missouri Supreme Court heard arguments on the issue. Jason Hancock The Kansas City Star

Kansas City minimum wage increase weighed by Missouri Supreme Court

October 06, 2016 12:46 PM