Minimum wage hike looks likely in Minnesota
ST. PAUL -- Minnesota's minimum wage likely will rise after the House voted 68-62 Friday to increase it to $9.50 an hour, but the question is how high it will go.
The House voted to raise the minimum wage paid by large employers, gradually increasing it to $9.50 an hour in two years, and allow it to rise up to 2.5 percent a year after that.
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