LA Lawmakers Propose $15 Per Hour Wage For Hotel Workers

Law360, New York (February 18, 2014, 4:25 PM ET) -- A trio of Los Angeles lawmakers on Tuesday set the legislative ball rolling on a proposal to raise the minimum wage for certain city hotel workers to $15.73 per hour, in a move that would specifically target Los Angeles' largest hotels.

Council members Nury Martinez, Curren D. Price Jr. and Mike Bonin have introduced an ordinance asking the city’s legislative analyst to conduct a study on what effects are likely to pop up if the living wage is mandated on Los Angeles hotels that boast more...
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