Washington, DC, Council Members Consider Repeal of Voter-Passed Minimum-Wage Increase – Wall Street Journal

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The Washington, D.C., Council is considering a repeal of a voter-approved initiative that would require businesses to increase pay for tipped workers. Seven of the council’s 13 members co-introduced the bill this week to repeal Initiative 77, which

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