Protesters have been marching in Kansas City to protest low wages for certain workers.
The Kansas City Star reports that a rally began early Tuesday around 6 a.m. at a fast-food restaurant in mid-town Kansas City. The rally was scheduled to last all day and end Tuesday evening at City Hall around 6 p.m.
The protest is expected to be among others planned across the U.S. to advocate for higher wages for an estimated 64 million American workers who make less than $15 an hour.
The Kansas City Council voted earlier this summer to raise the minimum wage above the state-mandated level of $7.65 an hour, but that legislation has since been blocked by restaurant owners and state legislators.