March 25, 2009

What's the matter with Kansas? For one, minimum wage is $2.65

It's been 20 years since Kansas legislators set the state's current minimum wage at $2.65 an hour, and that's all about 15,000 people in the state make. But the state's House of Representatives agreed Wednesday to raise that to $7.25 Jan. 1, though it's still not a done deal.

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