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A $30 Minimum Wage in Los Angeles?

First, it was $10 an hour for minimum wage. Then $12, then $15, then $18 and now airport workers in L.A. are agitating for $30 an hour.

A bill before the Los Angeles City Council would hike all wages at the LAX Airport and nearby hotels to $30/hour. Already, six of the council’s 14 members are behind it and none of the remaining eight have opposed it.

The increase would apply to all hotel workers plus security guards, janitors, baggage handlers and food service workers.

The wage hike is a sneaky way to reward the unions whose campaign cash elected the “woke” LA City Council.

Get ready for the $25 hamburger at LAX.

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