October 18, 2017

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Raising minimum wage won't fight poverty

ELIZABETH FLORES / STAR TRIBUNE FILES</p><p>Supporters of the $15 minimum wage increase showed their support before it was passed by the Minneapolis City Council in June.</p>

ELIZABETH FLORES / STAR TRIBUNE FILES

Supporters of the $15 minimum wage increase showed their support before it was passed by the Minneapolis City Council in June.

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