ST. PAUL, MN (KDAL) - Governor Mark Dayton will sign the bill that raises the Minnesota minimum wage in steps to 9.50 an hour at large employers by 2016. At small employers, the minimum wage would be 7.75. In the future increases would be indexed to inflation. The public signing will be Monday afternoon at the State Capitol Rotunda.
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