After defeat of ‘right-to-work’ law, labor groups and Democrats eye minimum wage


By St. Louis Dispatch
September 4, 2018

After notching a victory when Missouri voters rejected the state’s “right-to-work” law last month, some labor leaders and social activists are eyeing another ballot measure core to their cause: the state’s minimum wage vote in November.

Proposition B on the state’s November ballot would gradually raise the state’s minimum wage to $12 per hour by 2023. It would start with an increase to $7.80 in January and continue with annual raises of 85 cents.

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