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California Gov. Jerry Brown speaks during a news conference to announce emergency drought legislation on March 19, 2015 in Sacramento, California. As California enters its fourth year of severe drought, California Gov. Jerry Brown joined Senate President pro Tempore Kevin de Leon, Assembly Speaker Toni Atkins, Republican Leaders Senator Bob Huff and Assembly member Kristin Olsen to announce emergency legislation that aims to assist local communities that are struggling with devastating drought. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
California Gov. Jerry Brown speaks during a news conference to announce emergency drought legislation on March 19, 2015 in Sacramento, California. As California enters its fourth year of severe drought, California Gov. Jerry Brown joined Senate President pro Tempore Kevin de Leon, Assembly Speaker Toni Atkins, Republican Leaders Senator Bob Huff and Assembly member Kristin Olsen to announce emergency legislation that aims to assist local communities that are struggling with devastating drought. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
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California Governor Jerry Brown is announcing plans today to raise the minimum wage in the state to $15 an hour by 2022. Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson speaks with Ben Adler of Capitol Public Radio about how the deal was reached and with Jill Schlesinger, CBS News business analyst, about the ripple effect it could have across the country.

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This segment aired on March 28, 2016.

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