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California’s recent increase in minimum wage for fast food workers has resulted in price increases of up to $1.80 at various fast food chains. This is due to the added cost of labor for businesses. The wage increase is part of a larger effort to improve working conditions and wages for low-income workers in the state. Some customers may experience higher prices, but the overall goal is to provide fair compensation for fast food employees.

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