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Tips for tip’s sake are (literally) in your face

How does pandemic-spurred tipping overhaul work for workers?

Barista Hannah Stine gives change May 5 at Bellingham's Avellino Coffeehouse. Like many small
Barista Hannah Stine gives change May 5 at Bellingham's Avellino Coffeehouse. Like many small (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Amy Kepferle Staff Reporter
To tip or not? It’s an increasingly in-your-face dilemma for diners and even shoppers. Places

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