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<p>Delores Magnani<br />Great Mills, Md.<br />I think it’s only fair that Wal-Mart employees in the District earn living wages. How are they ever going to expect to make enough money to stay about the poverty line? I think Wal-Mart can afford to pay District residents a living wage. The store has no shortage of customers and should be able to give back to its employees.     <br /></p>

Delores Magnani
Great Mills, Md.
I think it’s only fair that Wal-Mart employees in the District earn living wages. How are they ever going to expect to make enough money to stay about the poverty line? I think Wal-Mart can afford to pay District residents a living wage. The store has no shortage of customers and should be able to give back to its employees.

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Did the D.C. Council act in District residents' best interest when they passed the living wage bill?

Did the D.C. Council act in District residents' best interest when they passed the living wage bill?