Minimum Wage: U.S. Secretary Of Labor Seth Harris Is Meeting With St. Louis Workers

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Here's the full press advisory for today's event.

Acting Secretary of Labor Seth D. Harris to host minimum wage round table in St. Louis on May 23

WASHINGTON - Acting Secretary of Labor Seth D. Harris on May 23 will hold a round-table discussion with low-wage workers and advocates in St. Louis on President Barack Obama's proposal to raise the minimum wage and ensure that hard work leads to a decent living.

Since the president's State of the Union address in February, the acting secretary and other Labor Department officials have held two dozen round-table discussions with workers around the country.

Local workers will share their thoughts about how a minimum wage increase would benefit them and their families. There will be a brief media availability following the discussion.

WHO: Acting Secretary of Labor Seth D. Harris

WHAT: Round table with low-wage workers and advocates

WHERE: Central Reform Congregation
5020 Waterman Blvd.
St. Louis, Mo. 63108

WHEN: Thursday, May 23
10:30 a.m. CDT

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