After a bill to raise California’s minimum wage to $9 per hour as of July 2014 and  then $10 by January 2016 was approved by both houses of the California state  legislature on Thursday, it now heads to Gov. Jerry Brown’s (D) desk for  signature. Brown voiced his support earlier  in the week in a press release, saying, “This legislation is overdue and will  help families that are struggling in this harsh economy.”

Other  places have 
recently raised their minimum wages. Voters in Albuquerque, NM raised the wage from  $7.50 to $8.50 an hour on election night last year, which will automatically keep pace with the cost of living. Two other cities in California also raised the wage, with Long Beach increasing it to $13 an hour as well as guaranteeing hotel workers five paid sick days a year. When voters are asked to vote on whether to raise the minimum wage, they almost always approve it with substantial majorities, as was the case in Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Missouri, Montana, Nevada, and Ohio in past years. Eighty percent of Americans support a national raise to $10.10 an hour, including two-thirds of Republicans.


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