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County Council member Derrick Leon Davis is expected to introduce a bill that would let one of Prince George's County's largest employers, Six Flags, pay its seasonal workers at a lower rate instead of the wage that would increase to $11.50 per hour by 2017. (The Washington Times)
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County Council member Derrick Leon Davis is expected to introduce a bill that would let one of Prince George's County's largest employers, Six Flags, pay its seasonal workers at a lower rate instead of the wage that would increase to $11.50 per hour by 2017. (The Washington Times)

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