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      Seattle non-profits, teen employment, day care and senior services could all be hurt by $15 per hour wage hike

      John Carlson delves into a new report that says most of Seattle's non-profits would be hurt badly by the 68% increase in the minimum wage jumping up to $15 per hour. The Seattle non-profits provide food bank services, summer jobs for teens, day care for kids, senior services and shelters to the needy. All of that could be severely restricted with the $15 per hour minimum wage hike.

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