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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 30, 2022

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At its Wednesday meeting, the city labor commission strategized how to move their recommendations to raise the minimum wage in Berkeley forward.
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At its Wednesday meeting, the city labor commission strategized how to move their recommendations to raise the minimum wage in Berkeley forward.
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An ordinance to raise Berkeley’s minimum wage, originally slated to be voted on at Tuesday’s City Council meeting, will now face deliberation at a special meeting next month, prolonging a nearly yearlong effort to increase the city’s baseline pay.
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An ordinance to raise Berkeley’s minimum wage, originally slated to be voted on at Tuesday’s City Council meeting, will now face deliberation at a special meeting next month, prolonging a nearly yearlong effort to increase the city’s baseline pay.
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In the conclusion of a weeklong symposium on poverty and homelessness, students from a diverse coalition of campus service groups rallied at Sather Gate Friday for minimum wage reform.
In the conclusion of a weeklong symposium on poverty and homelessness, students from a diverse coalition of campus service groups rallied at Sather Gate Friday for minimum wage reform.
Following the footsteps of larger cities nearby, Berkeley may see an increase of nearly $3 to its current minimum wage as soon as this summer.
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Following the footsteps of larger cities nearby, Berkeley may see an increase of nearly $3 to its current minimum wage as soon as this summer.
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California’s minimum wage is set to soon become the highest of any state in the nation, following the approval of a bill that would raise the state minimum wage by two dollars by 2016.
California’s minimum wage is set to soon become the highest of any state in the nation, following the approval of a bill that would raise the state minimum wage by two dollars by 2016.
The Berkeley Commission on Labor is considering whether or not to recommend raising the minimum wage in Berkeley to the City Council, from $8 to $10.55 an hour.
The Berkeley Commission on Labor is considering whether or not to recommend raising the minimum wage in Berkeley to the City Council, from $8 to $10.55 an hour.