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  • Low-wage advocates call for KC council to act

    Advocates for low-wage workers gathered in March at City Hall to urge the Kansas City Council to increase the city's minimum wage above the state-set minimum of $7.70 per hour.

Advocates for low-wage workers gathered in March at City Hall to urge the Kansas City Council to increase the city's minimum wage above the state-set minimum of $7.70 per hour. Keith Myers The Kansas City Star
Advocates for low-wage workers gathered in March at City Hall to urge the Kansas City Council to increase the city's minimum wage above the state-set minimum of $7.70 per hour. Keith Myers The Kansas City Star

KC Council defies state legislature, narrowly approves increased minimum wage

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