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Washington raises minimum wage, Idaho border towns feel squeeze (access required)

James Randall lives in Moscow and goes to school at the University of Idaho. But for 30 hours a week, he crosses the border into Pullman to work as a pizza delivery driver. That's because Washington's minimum wage is more than $2.00 higher than Idaho's $5.15. And it just went up again, from $7.63 to $7.93. It ...

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