California State Capitol building

California State Capitol building

California lawmakers approve $15 minimum wage

New York lawmakers announce similar negotiated deal

As expected, California lawmakers on Thursday approved a pre-announced plan to raise the state’s minimum wage to $15 per hour by 2022, sending the bill to the governor’s desk.

Gov. Jerry Brown, who earlier this week outlined a landmark deal between lawmakers and labor groups pushing for the wage hike, is reportedly expected to sign the bill on April 4. 

California isn’t the only state planning a $15

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