Wage changes could alter Kentucky business outlook

06/25/2007 | USA Today

Kentucky's new minimum wage law will raise the hourly rate by about 75 cents, but in two years the minimum wage will go up to $7.25, and that could have a larger impact. The law will increase wages from $5.15 to $7.25 in three installments over two years, and small businesses paying their workers less than $10 an hour will be affected the most.

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