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Topic - Miranda Olson
With a bump in the minimum wage to $9.19 an hour on Tuesday, high school student Miranda Olson will edge closer to her goal of purchasing that black Volkswagen Beetle she's been researching online.
"It's not much, but it's something," said Miranda, 16, who works at Wagner's European Bakery and Cafe in Olympia. "Every bit helps."