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McD’s U.S. president says California law may lead to $22 minimum wage

Business Insider 09/01/2022

Joe Erlinger, president of McDonald’s U.S., said a California bill that would establish a 10-person council with the authority to set pay and workplace standards for fast food restaurants in the state could lead to a minimum wage of $22 an hour. Mr. Erlnger said he objects to a law that would single out any industry, but says legislation that would support raising minimum wages and establish workplace standards would be “highly effective” if done properly.

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