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The Real Story: Raising the minimum wage

Gov. Ned Lamont regards, as a top priority raising Connecticut's minimum wage to $15 an hour and requiring that employers offer paid medical and family leave to their workers, but Republicans don't share his enthusiasm.  We get the views of State Representative Joe Polletta, Ranking Member on the General Assembly's Labor Committee.

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