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We Need Fifteen

In 2012, New York City fast food workers surprised the nation by walking off the job and protesting for a wage of fifteen dollars an hour. Almost no one at that time believed that the soon-to-be-called “Fight for $15” would ever make progress, but now cities, states, and even the House of Representatives have voted to raise the minimum wage to a living wage. The push is about to get even more intense as many Democratic presidential candidates pledge to fight for a fifteen-dollar minimum wage.

With the growth of this movement receiving