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Minneapolis City Council Passes $15 Minimum Wage Without a Tip Consideration

Small restaurant owners and servers had hoped for a different outcome. The Minneapolis City Council voted Friday to pass a landmark $15 per hour minimum wage increase. No special allowances were made for tipped employees. Minneapolis now joins Seattle, San Francisco and Washington D.C., cities that have passed similar measures (though in D.C. there is an allowance made for a lower wage for tipped employees).
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