Several supermarket chains at odds over ‘hero pay’

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    A new law in Long Beach, California went into effect, which requires grocery stores to give hourly workers more money for working during the pandemic. However, by increasing labor costs, it can actually do more harm than good. Sara Eisen, Closing Bell co-anchor, joins Shep Smith to explain.

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