Despite warnings from the business community, the Los Angeles City Council signed off on raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour, the Los Angeles Daily News reports. Mayor Eric Garcetti is expected to sign the law by next week. Even the Los Angeles Business Council, the lone business group that supported an earlier proposal that would have raised the wage less, appears to have reservations about the new law.
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