The LA Times writes:
A deal that would raise California’s minimum wage to $15 an hour was met with a mixture of joy and anxiety across the state Sunday.
Some workers and labor officials hailed it as a breakthrough in providing higher-wage jobs in fields where it’s a struggle to make ends meet. But some business owners feared the shift would hurt their bottom lines – and perhaps even put them out of business.
The debate is likely a preview for the weeks ahead as the minimum wage proposal works its way through Sacramento.