Viewpoint: Ending tipped wages sustains staffs, won’t hurt restaurants

Being a consumer in Washington, D.C., sometimes feels like being a voter in Washington, D.C. — all of the responsibility, with none of the privileges. That’s certainly the case with D.C.’s antiquated subminimum wage for tipped workers, but it’s promising that D.C. consumers will once again have the chance to end the subminimum wage once and if Initiative 82, which will be on the ballot this November, passes.

Just like D.C. residents get stuck with all the pomp and circumstance — and traffic…

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