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$15.37 minimum wage heads to Garcetti's desk as hotel group complains
$15.37 minimum wage heads to Garcetti's desk as hotel group complains

As the Los Angeles City Council gave final approval Wednesday to a minimum wage increase for workers in large hotels, opponents of the measure reminded city officials they're not going down without a fight. The American Hotel and Lodging Assn. filed more than 20 public records requests between city officials and labor groups -- who pushed for the ordinance -- to try to figure out why the process for approving the $15.37 hourly wage was in their view rushed, said Troy Flanagan, vice president of state and local government affairs for the association.  "It seemed this was largely a done deal from the beginning," said Flanagan. He said the records will help...

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