(The Washington Post)
Food
Chef José Andrés speaks out against Washington, D.C.'s one-wage initiative
Chef José Andrés explains his position on Washington, D.C.’s initiative 77, which would increase the minimum wage for tipped employees so that they would receive the same minimum wage directly from their employer as other employees by 2026.
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