Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton holds a rally following Super Tuesday on March 2 in New York City.
Hillary Clinton has advocated for eliminating tip credits for restaurants. During a speech in New York at a rally at the Javits Center on Wednesday, the presidential candidate said, “It is time we end the so-called tipped minimum wage,” according to a report in am New York. “We are the only industrialized country in the world that requires tipped workers to take their income in tips instead of wages.” She said the tipped minimum wage of $2.35 per hour was ...
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