Group Sees No Negatives in Higher Minimum

Today, a higher minimum wage is set to become law in Minnesota.  Governor Mark Dayton will sign the measure that increases the lowest wage for most workers to $9.50 an hour.  Which will help thousands, says Minnesota Budget Project director, Nan Madden


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Madden says, contrary to what some critics contend, her group's research shows that there won't be any significant job losses from the higher minimum which is scheduled to hit $9.50 by August of 2016. 

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