San Francisco Minimum Wage Fails to Dent Economy

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Over the next two years, California will raise it's minimum wage to $8 an hour. Opponents say the increase could hurt the economy, and workers. But San Francisco's $8.82 minimum wage hasn't created problems.

Rose Aguilar of San Francisco member station KALW reports.



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