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News - January 15, 2020

Downtown employers adapt to new minimum wage law

by Kate Bradshaw

With the implementation of Menlo Park's new $15-an-hour minimum wage ordinance on Jan. 1, The Almanac asked local businesses what impacts, if any, they were experiencing.

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