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California Governor Jerry Brown has signed laws boosting the minimum wage, negotiated raises for state employees and allowed domestic workers to collect overtime pay. Photo: Associated Press

An Oakland, Calif.-based health policy organization has determined that a California bill designed to increase the state’s minimum wage over the next three years could have a “substantial” and beneficial effect on the health of Californians living in or near poverty.

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