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NEW YORK CITY-With a rally on the steps of City Hall, a broad coalition of lawmakers, community groups and labor unions has launched the Living Wage NYC campaign, centering around a bill introduced to the City Council on Tuesday. The bill, which would set a wage floor of $10 per hour plus benefits for jobs generated from development projects receiving at least $100,000 in subsidies, is likely to encounter substantial pushback, not least from Mayor Michael Bloomberg.

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