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Is Seattle ready for $15 an hour?
City Inside/Out: Paycheck Politics

On April 1, Seattle will become the first major U.S. city to begin raising its minimum wage to $15 an hour. Are local businesses prepared? How will this pay boost impact the economy? And can a federal lawsuit block portions of Seattle's $15 minimum-wage law, which treats local franchises as large businesses? Also, how will a proposal to increase the state minimum wage to $12 an hour affect workers and business owners?

On the show:
Steven W. Hooper Jr., co-founder & CEO, Kigo Kitchen
Pramila Jayapal, state senator (D-36th)
David Jones, Subway franchise owner
Patricia Lally, director, Seattle Office of Civil Rights
Gordon McHenry Jr., CEO, Solid Ground
Jan Simon, CEO, Washington Lodging Association
Angela Stowell, co-founder & CFO, Ethan Stowell Restaurants

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