Election Losses Don't Stop Corporate Efforts to Block Voter-Approved Minimum Wage Hikes

FILE -- More than 1,000 people march for labor unions demanding a rise in minimum wage to $15 an hour in New York, April 15, 2016. Unlike the rest of the country, New York has seen unions grow stronger in the wake of fights like the minimum wage battle, with the percentage of workers in unions increasing. (Robert Stolarik/The New York Times)

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