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Metro Chamber Opposes Assembly Bill that Mandates Increases In Minimum Wage Costs on Employers

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Today, Kristin McMillan, president and CEO of the Las Vegas Metro Chamber, is issuing the following statement regarding Assembly Bill 175, which would increase the state’s minimum wage from $7.25 to $14 an hour (if an employer offers health care) and $8.25 to $15 an hour (if an employer does not offer health care). The minimum wage would increase every year by $1.25 until it reaches the $14/15 thresholds.  A hearing has been scheduled in Assembly Committee on Commerce and Labor tomorrow, Wednesday, February 15, at 1:30 p.m.