Minimum wage hike among first Minn. bills
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — A big jump in Minnesota's minimum wage could be on the horizon.
Among the priority bills in the Democratic-controlled Legislature is a proposal to raise the floor wage to $7.50 for most workers at the bottom rung beginning in August.
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