National Employment Law Project
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Virginia joins 29 other states in raising its minimum wage above the paltry federal floor of $7.25.
Worker activism for a $15 wage floor, not Trump administration policies, are driving those wage gains.
Today’s decision marks a historic victory for workers and local democracy in the Twin Cities.
21 states and 26 localities—more jurisdictions than ever before—will raise their wage floors around January 1.
DOL’s proposal would allow employers to assign tipped workers more non-tip-generating work while still only paying them $2.13 an hour.
Gov. Sununu’s veto displays a misinformed and wrongheaded approach to pressing economic issues in New Hampshire.