Corporate-owned McDonald's joins Wal-Mart and Target stores, increasing the minimum wage for its workers. But employees said in protests nationwide and in Kansas City that it’s not enough. They want $15 an hour.
Corporate-owned McDonald's joins Wal-Mart and Target stores, increasing the minimum wage for its workers. But employees said in protests nationwide and in Kansas City that it’s not enough. They want $15 an hour. File photo The Associated Press
Corporate-owned McDonald's joins Wal-Mart and Target stores, increasing the minimum wage for its workers. But employees said in protests nationwide and in Kansas City that it’s not enough. They want $15 an hour. File photo The Associated Press

Minimum wage increase gains some traction, but protesters say it’s not enough

April 02, 2015 02:04 PM

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