Restaurateurs debate Md. minimum wage bill

03/19/2013 | American City Business Journals

The Restaurant Association of Maryland and many of its members oppose a bill that would raise the state's minimum wage to $10 per hour, and at least $7 for tipped workers, by 2015, saying the move could price many of them out of the market. Busboys & Poets owner Andy Shallal said he's open to the raise, but understands the concerns of other owners as well as his workers, who fear a higher minimum wage might spur patrons to tip less.

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