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CA Voters Could Raise The Minimum Wage In Fall, If Measure Is Approved

California's minimum wage is rising from $15 to $16.04 on July 1st and it could raise again if a ballot measure gets approved for this fall.

According to KTLA 5, California's minimum wage could raise to $18 an hour by 2025 for some workers, if a ballot measure is approved for voters in November.

“That’s the difference between families being able to provide meals for their kids … It’s personal to me. My mom raised me by herself, I saw her working many jobs and she still couldn’t make ends meet,” said Joe Sanberg, chief advocate of the Living Wage Act of 2022

Sanberg said that minimum wage raise could give people an extra $6,000 in their pockets. Head to Ballotpedia for more.


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