Vt. adopts $10.50 min. wage

Investor's Business Daily
June 2014
Investors Business Daily;6/10/2014, pA02
Vermont's Dem Gov. Peter Shumlin signed a law raising the minimum hourly wage to $10.50 by '18. The increase is stepped, from $8.73 now to $9.60 in '16 and $10 in '17. Seven other states, D.C. and several cities boosted the wage this year.


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