State Campaigns

New York
Campaign Goal OFW

New York, OFW

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Governor Andrew Cuomo has convened a wage board to consider the gradual elimination of the tipped subminimum wage.

Varies Current Wage
New Hampshire
Campaign Goal $12.00/$15.00

New Hampshire, $12.00/$15.00

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$15.00 or $15.00 by 2021

SB.554 introduced in late December. Wage level of $12 or $15 depend on whether health insurance benefits are provided.

Missouri
Campaign Goal $12.00

Missouri, $12.00

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Impact: 350,000

Could appear on Nov. 2018 ballot.

$7.85 Current Wage
Kentucky
Campaign Goal $15.00

Kentucky, $15.00

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$15.00 by 2021

Pre-filled ahead of 2018 session.

Indiana
Campaign Goal $15.00

Indiana, $15.00

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$15.00 by 2021

SB. 121 introduced.

Hawaii
Campaign Goal $15.00

Hawaii, $15.00

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Impact: 223,000

SB.2291 introduced and passed by Senate Committee on Labor.

$9.25 Current Wage
North Carolina
Campaign Goal $15.00

North Carolina, $15

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Impact: 1.3 million / 33% of workforce

Democrats introduced bill, SB210 & HB238, for $15 by 2022. Would also phase up tipped wage to full minimum. Unlikely to pass.

Nevada
Campaign Goal $14.00

Nevada, $14.00

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Impact: 536,000 / 45% of workforce

Gov. Brian Sandoval vetoed SB 106, which would have increased the min wage to $12 by 2022. An alternative bill for $15 (AB 175) was also introduced and could come back in 2019. A ballot initiative is also possible.

Maryland
Campaign Goal $15.00

Maryland, $15

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Impact: 900,000 / 31% of workforce

Legislation would raise the state minimum wage to $15 by 2022-2023, and phase the tipped wage up to the full minimum wage. SB 962 & HB 1416 introduced and heard in committee.

$9.25 Current Wage