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California Gov. Gavin Newsom signs law to raise minimum wage for fast food workers to $20 per hour

  • Fast food workers in California will see a significant increase in their minimum wage, receiving at least $20 per hour from next year. This surpasses the current national average wage for fast food workers.
  • The law also establishes a fast food council with the authority to raise the minimum wage each year through 2029, based on inflation or the national average. This ensures that workers' wages keep up with the rising cost of living.
  • Labor unions have abandoned their efforts to hold fast food corporations responsible for the actions of their independent franchise operators in California.
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