Many state workers feel left out of guaranteed $15 minimum wage

Darrion Smith, a DHHS health care tech and officer with UE Local 150, a union for state and local government workers and Nathanette Mayo, president of the North Carolina chapter talk about gaps in the guaranteed $15 minimum wage for NC state workers.
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Darrion Smith, a DHHS health care tech and officer with UE Local 150, a union for state and local government workers and Nathanette Mayo, president of the North Carolina chapter talk about gaps in the guaranteed $15 minimum wage for NC state workers.

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