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Recession could derail 'living wage' proposal


November 27, 2001 12:00 AM

NEWS-PRESS STAFF WRITER

A special City Council subcommittee charged with researching the financial impacts of a "living wage" ordinance for Santa Barbara has recommended against the proposed law because of sour economic predictions.



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