ST. LOUIS (KSDK) -- Fast food workers in St. Louis are once again planning to protest for higher wages.
The Washington Postreports worker walkouts are planned for Monday in St. Louis, Kansas City, Detroit, Chicago, Milwaukee, New York, andFlint, Michigan.
Fast food workers in many of these cities were involved in similar walkouts and protests in May. They're asking for the minimum wage to be raised to $15 per hour, an amount they say is needed to make a decent living.
In St. Louis, the effort is being spearheaded by a group called "STL can't survive on $7.35."
On the group's facebook page, it says a major rally for fast food workers is planned for Tuesdayat Kiener Plaza in downtown St. Louis.