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(June 9, 2015)

 Sonoma County Supervisors have unanimously backed a $15 per “Living Wage” for workers paid directly or indirectly by the county. But it’s going take a year or more to be fully implemented.

 

 
Stickers like this one adored the shirts, sweaters and jackets of the dozens of Living Wage advocates who thronged to the Sonoma County Board of Supervisors meeting Tuesday afternoon.

a County Supervisors have unanimously backed a $15 per “Living Wage” for workers paid directly or indirectly by the county. But it’s going take a year or more to be fully implemented.

 Sonoma County Supervisors have unanimously backed a $15 per “Living Wage” for workers paid directly or indirectly by the county. But it’s going take a year or more to be fully implemented.

 

 
 
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