Fast-food workers returned to the scene on Thursday as they continue their push for increasing the minimum wage.Workers across the country, including Washington, D.C., Chicago and New York City, went on strike to push for raising the federal minimum wage to $15 from $7.25 an hourThe movement is nearly a year old after the initial strike in November 2012, when 200 fast-food workers walked out of their jobs in New York City. Thursday's coordinated strikes are the biggest event yet.In addition to higher wages, the workers from fast-food giants including McDonalds (NYSE:MCD), Wendy's and Burger King want the right to unionize without retaliation. The movement has been called misguided by critics, who claim it would create job cuts and squeeze franchise owners with already-small profit margins. But supporters say the move would allow workers to better support themselves and potentially lessen strains on government safety net programs."I can't Survive on $7.35" says Martin Rafanan, community...
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