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Rental car workers at Seattle airport win nearly $2 million in lawsuit over $15 minimum wage

Workers here in the first U.S. city to establish a $15-an-hour minimum wage have won another multimillion-dollar settlement in a four-year battle to force employers to abide by the new law. The $2-million settlement announced this week by the state Department of Labor and Industries involves back...
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