CBS Evening News for Sunday, Aug 01, 1999
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(Studio: John Roberts) Statement from President Clinton's administration on welfare reform noted.
(Washington: Stephanie Lambidakis) The decision by Los Angeles County that former welfare recipients be paid a "living wage" now that the economy is booming featured. [Living wage worker Chiradh HUSSEIN - comments on his income.] [Montgomery County councilman Phil ANDREWS - says the minimum wage is minuscule.] The opposition of businesses to increasing the minimum wage noted. [Hardware store owner Stan SMITH - defends a lower minimum wage.] [Montgomery County chief executive Douglas DUNCUN - comments.]
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