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SeaTac living wage: Early results show support for change

6 November 2013 Last updated at 22:29 GMT

In the tiny Washington city of SeaTac, residents have been voting whether or not to raise the minimum wage from around US$9 an hour to US$15 an hour.

As early results show support for a living wage, Labour unions around the country are watching with interest.

Samira Hussain reports from SeaTac.

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