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[IWS] NCSL: MINIMUM WAGE LEGISLATION DATABASE [28 July 2014]

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National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL)

 

MINIMUM WAGE LEGISLATION DATABASE [28 July 2014]

http://www.ncsl.org/research/labor-and-employment/minimum-wage-legislation-database.aspx

 

Minimum wage bills from the current legislative session are available in a searchable database. You can search by state, bill number, author, status or keyword, or track all minimum wage-related bills by leaving the search boxes blank. You also can track specific issues, by selecting a topic, including proposed increases to the state minimum wage, indexing of future increases to the cost-of-living, tipped wages, subminimum wages, state authority over local minimum wages, Constitutional amendments, or other issues.

 

Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii, MarylandMassachusetts, Michigan, MinnesotaRhode Island, Vermont, West Virginiaand D.C. have enacted increases during the 2014 session.

 

§  2014 State Minimum Wage Chart ßClick Here

 

AND MUCH MORE…

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