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Photo Gallery: Minimum Wage Roundtable Discussions with Wage and Hour Division acting Deputy Administrator Mary Beth Maxwell in Los Angeles, and Womenís Bureau acting Director Latifa Lyles in Portland, Maine.
(April 11, 2013)

Images include:

  • Latifa Lyles, acting director for the Womenís Bureau (seated at table on right), meets with low-wage workers in Portland, Maine, at the Florence House, transitional housing staffed by Portland non-profit Preble Street on April 4, 2013.
  • Wage and Hour Division acting Deputy Administrator Mary Beth Maxwell (standing on left) discusses the presidentís proposal to raise the federal minimum wage at UCLA Downtown Labor Center in Los Angeles, April 11, 2013.
  • Legal assistant Levon Bean (standing), a father of five, discusses the presidentís proposal to raise the federal minimum wage at UCLA Downtown Labor Center in Los Angeles, April 11, 2013.
  • Oiko Otgonbayar (standing), originally from Mongolia, is trying to open a business with her family and says she would be willing to pay workers at least $9 an hour based on her experience as a minimum wage worker at UCLA Downtown Labor Center in Los Angeles, April 11, 2013.

Images include:

  • Latifa Lyles, acting director for the Womenís Bureau (seated at table on right), meets with low-wage workers in Portland, Maine, at the Florence House, transitional housing staffed by Portland non-profit Preble Street on April 4, 2013.
  • Wage and Hour Division acting Deputy Administrator Mary Beth Maxwell (standing on left) discusses the presidentís proposal to raise the federal minimum wage at UCLA Downtown Labor Center in Los Angeles, April 11, 2013.
  • Legal assistant Levon Bean (standing), a father of five, discusses the presidentís proposal to raise the federal minimum wage at UCLA Downtown Labor Center in Los Angeles, April 11, 2013.
  • Oiko Otgonbayar (standing), originally from Mongolia, is trying to open a business with her family and says she would be willing to pay workers at least $9 an hour based on her experience as a minimum wage worker at UCLA Downtown Labor Center in Los Angeles, April 11, 2013.