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Fed study ties minimum wage hikes in Minneapolis, St. Paul to job cuts — but only in restaurants

Opponents of Minneapolis and St. Paul's higher minimum wage rules, passed before the pandemic, warned that the measures would prompt employers to cut jobs. They may have been right, a new Federal Reserve study says, but only for restaurant jobs.
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