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Gratuity excluded: The bottom line for tipped workers

For now, nothing changes for tipped workers in Louisville. However, Tony Hyatt, spokesman for Metro Council Democrats said this will be monitored, and if need be, the Council will take action to create reforms for this group of workers. Perhaps it will take the kind of grassroots, social movement initially sparked by the collaboration of progressive Metro Council members like Scott and community organizers like Aleman — and certainly the collective voice of Louisville tipped workers — for the city to notice and take meaningful action.”

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