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DFL lawmakers want minimum wage to rise, farm sales tax to fall

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WILLMAR — No need to raise a fuss or a holler about working all hours for that $6.15 minimum wage.

Minnesota’s DFL lawmakers are optimistic that an increase in the minimum wage will become law this upcoming session, most likely as a boost from the current $6.15 to close to $9.50, according to House Speaker Paul Thissen, DFL-Minneapolis.
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