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By Tom Loftus and Jere Downs
Preparing for her 4 p.m.-to-midnight shift at a Louisville convenience store on Friday, 33-year-old Lyn Riley said a hike in minimum wage would have a significant impact on her life — lifting her from welfare.
The $7.25 hourly wage she earns now is just not enough to cover rent and utilities for her one-room basement apartment in Smoketown, and food and diapers for her 18-month-old daughter, Riley said.
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