Does anyone know how the $15.00 per hour minimum wage in Seattle is panning out?

Does anyone know how the $15.00 per hour minimum wage in Seattle is panning out?
(It's $16.00 for large company, and it's actually King county, and not just Seattle.)
Let's face it, if you only pay the minimum wage, you're going to get what you pay for. I once worked with a guy for about 4 months, and he didn't know the name of the company he worked for. He asked me what it was, and I told him it was written on his uniform!!!
So I'm guessing if you want to hire someone with an IQ higher than that of a Twinkie, you're going to have to pay around $17.00-$18.00 per hour.
Does anyone know how the $15.00 per hour minimum wage in Seattle is panning out?
How does this work out for the customers? If the county line was just across the road from you, wouldn't you buy your Big Mac across the line?
Does anyone know how the $15.00 per hour minimum wage in Seattle is panning out?
I can't imagine that there wouldn't be a substantial price difference. If this becomes a federal minimum wage, then that will completely change the dynamics, because there won't be a road to cross.
Does anyone know how the $15.00 per hour minimum wage in Seattle is panning out?
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