Wal-Mart raises its lowest wage to $11 an hour, crediting tax cuts and facing competition for workers – Los Angeles Times

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Minimum-wage workers in certain Southern California cities — including Los Angeles, Santa Monica and Pasadena — already are being paid more than $11 an hour because of local wage ordinances. If companies anticipate more mandated increases in the
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