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Weighing in on wages: Bemidji Chamber takes stance on state minimum wage debate

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BEMIDJI — The Bemidji Chamber of Commerce is in favor of raising Minnesota’s minimum wage — just not to the degree some in the Legislature would like.


In a statement Dec. 18, the chamber called the potential increase “long overdue” but with the caveat that the chamber is “cautious of substantial increase in the minimum wage under proposed legislation.”

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Zach Kayser
Zach Kayser covers local government and city issues for the Pioneer. He previously worked for the Wadena Pioneer Journal, and is an alumni of the University of Minnesota, Morris. 
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