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Why many minimum wage workers in suburbs won't be getting a raise July 1
Some minimum wage workers in Cook County will get a $1.75 raise and paid sick days July 1, but it depends where they work. A Daily Herald survey of 134 municipalities in suburban Cook County shows more than two-thirds have opted out of two county ordinances that would raise the minimum wage and mandate businesses pay employees for sick days.
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Bob Chwedyk/bchwedyk@dailyherald.com After nearly six decades as a fixture in American malls, Hoffman Esatates-based Claire’s is facing an uphill battle to stay afloat.
Claire's faces an uphill battle to stay afloat
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