Michigan's minimum wage is set to increase on Monday for the first time in six years. Following recent legislation by the Michigan Legislature and later signed by Governor Rick Snyder, the state's minimum wage will increase from the current $7
Governor Rick Snyder signed bi-partisan legislation on Tuesday night that will raise Michigan's minimum wage to $9.25 an hour by 2018. When signing the legislation, Snyder said the minimum wage raise will help hard-working residents without hindering the state's improving economy
A bill has passed through the Michigan Senate that would raise the state's minimum wage by 2017. The bill proposed by Senate Majority Leader, Republican Randy Richardville, passed with a vote of 24-14 and is now headed to the House for consideration
Ho-hum - Monday thru Thursday the same old routine with nothing to get excited about. Go to work, robotically perform your tasks and at the end of the day go home and eat, sleep, then start all over again
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