With Winter Coming, Minnesota's Minimum Wage Isn't Enough

November 4, 2013

Minnesota winters get awfully cold, and with the cost of heating, food, rent and other bills, the state's effective minimum wage of $7.25 an hour just isn't enough for hardworking residents to survive. Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport workers, both those in unions and those who aren't, are stepping up to fight for a fair living wage that pays them enough to survive the harshest months of the year. Watch the video above to learn more about their efforts.

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