Commentary: Minn. minimum-wage bill may hurt restaurants

02/11/2013 | Minnesota Public Radio

Minnesota lawmakers may consider a bill to raise the state's minimum wage 30%, a move that could produce dire consequences for some of the state's restaurants, writes Employment Policies Institute research director Michael Saltsman. Employers in Minnesota, one of seven states where restaurants aren't allowed to count workers' tips as income, already pay tipped employees about 240% of the federal minimum wage.

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