There's a new report out Monday on Seattle's groundbreaking minimum wage law. On the plus side for workers, hourly wages are now up to $15 for employees in some businesses like the big fast-food chains.
But those employees as a group are getting fewer hours. So on balance, so far, the hike has hurt low-wage workers more than it's helped them. David Hyde (@hyded) from Here & Now contributor KUOW reports on the study.
This segment aired on June 26, 2017.
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