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National Employment Law Project Inc
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The National Employment Law Project is a non-partisan, not-for-profit organization that conducts research and advocates on issues affecting low-wage and unemployed workers. more
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For more information on our work in this area, please contact Paul Sonn, firstname.lastname@example.org (for our jobs standards initiatives) or Rick McHugh, email@example.com (for our economic adjustment initiatives).
Under California's plan, its minimum wage, currently one of the highest in the nation at $10 an hour, would rise to $10.50 in 2017, $11 in 2018 and a dollar each year through 2022.
The pact was also hailed by labor advocates.
"This is a very, very significant increase and for the first time would begin to reverse years of falling pay at the bottom" of the income ladder, Sonn said
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