Calif. panel endorses increases in minimum wage

04/29/2013 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

The California Assembly's Labor and Employment Committee has endorsed boosting the state's $8-an-hour minimum wage to $8.25 next year. The bill calls for the wage to rise another 50 cents in 2015 and to $9.25 an hour in 2016. After that, there would be automatic increases, based on the state's inflation rate.

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