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Photo: Alabama Gov. Bentley signing HB174 on Feb 25, 2016 (governor.alabama.gov/photos)

BIRMINGHAM – Fast food workers filed a civil rights lawsuit yesterday along with Alabama's NAACP against Gov. Robert Bentley for blocking a measure that would have raised Birmingham's minimum wage from $7.25 an hour to $10.10.

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