Fast food workers keep heat on higher wages in citywide protests

Fast food

(Credit: Fast food workers protest in front of the Wendy's on Fulton Street in downtown Brooklyn. (Getty))

Hundreds of fast food workers Thursday held another protest against low wages at major chain restaurants.

Employees of McDonalds, Burger King, Wendy's and other restaurants joined with union members and elected officials across the city in seeking a $15 an hour wage. The protest, part of a nationwide action, ended at a rally in Foley Square.

Protesting workers said they do more than...

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