The fight for better labor conditions and higher wages for fast food workers isn't a new issue, but California is taking a new approach. The state legislature this week passed the 'FAST Recovery Act' which raises hourly wages up to $22, and creates a panel of officials who every year will decide on increases tied to the consumer price index, a key inflation indicator. However, fast food giants are fighting the bill, and successfully had franchise labor violation liability removed from the text. Rachel Cohen, Senior Policy Reporter at Vox, joins Closing Bell to discuss the details of the bill, its significance to workers and the fast food industry, and what could come next.