Florida bill would cut minimum wage for tipped workers

A bill introduced in the Florida Senate would cut the minimum hourly wage for tipped workers from $4.65 to $2.13 for companies that guarantee wages and tips that equal at least $9.98 per hour. The Florida Restaurant and Lodging Association says the measure is needed to keep restaurants from going under, while opponents say the bill appears unconstitutional.

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