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U.S. restaurant workers target low wages in campaign against sexual harassment

U.S. restaurant workers target low wages in campaign against sexual harassment
(Reuters) – Restaurant workers in seven U.S. cities on Tuesday lobbied state and local lawmakers to combat sexual harassment in the industry by shifting from the $2.13 federal minimum wage for tipped employees to a higher “fair” wage.



U.S. restaurant workers target low wages in campaign against sexual harassment

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