NH Senate Defeats Minimum Wage Increase

Date: May 14, 2014

Related Content: News Economy New Hampshire

Last week and at the urging of
NFIB, the State Senate voted against the increase in the minimum wage proposal
that would have increased it by 24% and enacted an annual escalator in the wage
rate based on the rate of inflation.  

NFIB argued against the
increase by stating that such a proposal would have hurt small businesses and
their employees as employee positions and hours would likely have been reduced
to offset the 24% increase in payroll.

Related Content: News | Economy | New Hampshire

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