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Mayor and city council increase minimum wage for city employees.

TUCSON (KVOA) - The minimum wage for City of Tucson employees has been bumped up to $15 an hour.

The change was passed unanimously by the mayor and city council.

In a tweet, Mayor Regina Romero said the wage increase will impact more than 2,000 employees.

Pablo Lopez

Pablo is the evening Digital Content Producer for KVOA. He studied journalism at the University of Arizona and previously was an apprentice at the Arizona Daily Star.

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