San Francisco may soon join Seattle in becoming the next major city to raise the minimum wage to $15 per hour. A proposal to raise the minimum wage from the current $10.74 per hour to $15 per hour by July 2018 will be put before San Francisco voters in November under a deal announced by the mayor and the city’s board of supervisors on Tuesday. The move comes a week after Seattle’s city council voted unanimously for a similar minimum wage hike with a phase-in plan over the ...

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