Are cities fighting a losing battle against wage inequality?

Many U.S. cities are considering proposals to increase the minimum wage and establish programs aimed at addressing inequality, but their actions may have a limited impact, economists say. "They can't really redistribute income in the way the federal government can, so they are reaching for the levers they have," says Alan Berube of the Brookings Institution.

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