Minimum wage won’t pay the rent in Columbus and other cities across the nation. Protesters march to demand $15 per hour pay along in Oak Brook, Ill.
Minimum wage won’t pay the rent in Columbus and other cities across the nation. Protesters march to demand $15 per hour pay along in Oak Brook, Ill. Terrence Antonio James AP
Minimum wage won’t pay the rent in Columbus and other cities across the nation. Protesters march to demand $15 per hour pay along in Oak Brook, Ill. Terrence Antonio James AP

Minimum wage can’t pay rent

May 31, 2016 03:58 PM

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