Friedman testifies in support of $15 minimum wage Press Release

“Anyone in the Commonwealth who works full-time should be able to earn enough to support themselves and their families. Plain and simple,” said Sen. Friedman in her testimony to the Committee. “Although the Legislature has made progress towards this end by increasing the minimum wage, in several steps, to $11 per hour, too many low-wage families still struggle to get by.”

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Sen. Cindy Friedman, leading the effort to raise the $15 min. wage in the Senate, testifies alongside Rep. Dan Donohue, the lead sponsor of the bill on the House side, and Senators Pat Jehlen, Walter Timilty, Harriette Chandler, and Jamie Eldridge. Also in attendance were several House co-sponsors.

Read the full press release here


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