A new state law will roll Kansas City’s minimum wage back to $7.70 on Monday, ignoring the will of Kansas City voters who approved a $10 wage earlier this month. But the fight for a higher minimum should continue.
A new state law will roll Kansas City’s minimum wage back to $7.70 on Monday, ignoring the will of Kansas City voters who approved a $10 wage earlier this month. But the fight for a higher minimum should continue. ALLISON LONG File photo
A new state law will roll Kansas City’s minimum wage back to $7.70 on Monday, ignoring the will of Kansas City voters who approved a $10 wage earlier this month. But the fight for a higher minimum should continue. ALLISON LONG File photo

Editorial: Legislature blocks Kansas City’s $10 minimum wage, but the battle continues

August 27, 2017 03:30 PM

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