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California Could Raise Fast-Food Minimum Wage To $22 An Hour

California Governor Gavin Newsom has signed off AB 257 also known as the Fast Recovery Act. Part of this act may raise the minimum wage for fast food workers up to a cap of $22 per hour by next year. Any wage rising will be done in concert with a Fast Food Council which will sit down with legislators to negotiate. There are also talks of unionizing fast food workers. The federal minimum wage is $7.25. California’s state minimum wage is $15.00 for companies with more than 26 employees and $14.00 for companies with fewer. Restauranteurs have already responded to the new law by saying that prices will, of course, have to rise in order to compensate.


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