Raising the minimum wage remains a key point of contention in the US. President Obama wants to bring it up to $10.10. This might seem like a win-win situation: earn more, spend more, and the economy benefits. Some independent reports show Obama's hike could lift close to a million people above the bread line. But on the flip side, jobs could be lost as employers struggle to pay the higher wage. Philip Crowther and Margot Haddad report.
Programme prepared by Elise Duffau and Patrick Lovett