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June 29, 2015
Los Angeles' minimum-wage hike has nonprofits there worried; those that assist the "hard to employ" may get a reprieve--but only for 18 months.
"Nonprofits that help former gang members, the homeless and other hard-to-employ Angelenos get back into the workforce could get a temporary exemption from Los Angeles' minimum wage hike, a move intended to ensure they won't cut back on the number of disadvantaged clients they serve." -- Emily Alpert Reyes, the Los Angeles Times