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Increasing the Minimum Wage Will Help Millions of Latino Workers

Today, many Latino workers live in a state of economic insecurity and are much more likely to be paid lower wages, remain unemployed and struggle to save for retirement than their peers. This review shows how a large percentage of Latino working families receive poverty wages in an economy with ever-increasing costs of living and how hiking the minimum wage to $10.10 an hour would empower millions of Latino workers across the country.

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