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Category: News Briefs - Original Published on Wednesday, 10 July 2013 13:42 Written by Michigan Chronicle Staff
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In six cities where fast-food workers walked out, an adult with a child needs at least $22.52 and as much as $32.28 an hour to afford the basics
The Economic Policy Institute's new report "What Families Need to Get By" confirms what striking low-wage workers in six cities across the country have been saying all along: it's impossible to make ends meet on the minimum wage.
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