Last December’s fast food worker strikes didn’t create a consensus for increasing the minimum wage to $15 per hour. But they sure make $10.10 an hour—the rate that has emerged as the compromise figure—sound more reasonable. Let’s hope restaurant operators can live with it, because powerful political forces are coalescing behind this number. The most visible move so far doesn’t affect most restaurants. During his State of the Union speech, President ...

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