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By Chrissy Suttles
Wyoming Tribune Eagle Via Wyoming News Exchange 

Proposed tip rule change may affect Wyoming servers

CHEYENNE – As a single father of an eighth-grader, Mark Miller relies on the generosity of his parents and neighbors to help out during long work weeks.

 

February 20, 2018



CHEYENNE – As a single father of an eighth-grader, Mark Miller relies on the generosity of his parents and neighbors to help out during long work weeks.

Miller, who has had full custody of his son, Cody, since he was 19, is a server at a local chain restaurant on the outskirts of Cheyenne. He typically works 10- to 12-hour days taking orders, serving food and cashing out customers. He handles seven tables at a time, requiring considerable time management and memorization skills. Although he’s paid little more than minimum wage, he said he’s able to make it work with an extra $250 per...



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