A bill to raise the minimum wage in California to $10 an hour raced forward at the Capitol on Wednesday, with Democratic lawmakers poised to approve the measure and Gov. Jerry Brown announcing he would sign it, the Sacramento Bee reports. Check out the Los Angeles Business Journal's coverage of the issue.
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