Fast food workers protest in Tampa for minimum wage hike

Credit: Sean Kinane

About twenty low-wage workers protested Friday outside a McDonald’s restaurant in Tampa; they want a fifteen-dollar-an-hour minimum wage and the right to unionize.

At the corner of Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and Central Avenue WMNF interviewed Tina McElroy. She works as a cashier at McDonalds on Dale Mabry Highway and Spruce Street in Tampa.

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