Raisign the minimum wage in MN

A $15 minimum wage would begin to reverse decades of growing pay inequality between the lowest-paid workers and the middle class. The current minimum wage in Minnesota is $9.86/hr, meaning a preschool teacher, bank teller, or fast-food worker today struggles to get by on less$than 20,0000 per year. 

Affected workers working full-time would make an extra $800/month and close to an extra $10,000 a year -enough to make a tremendous difference in the lives of over 220,000 Minnesotans who get paid a minimum wage. 

Aaron Neumann will sign on and work to pass legislation that increases the Minnesota minimum wage to $15/hr that's phased in over no longer than 5 years, bans pre-emption on tip-credits so municipalities and townships can set their own policies on tipped income, and ties our minimum wage increases to inflation so politicians never kick this political can down the road again! 

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