State Campaigns

Wisconsin
Campaign Goal $15.00

Wisconsin, $15.00

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Impact: 883,000 workers

Advocates are calling for a $15 minimum wage. Bill introduced in November 2017.

New York
Campaign Goal $15.00

New York, One Fair Wage

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Governor Cuomo has convened a wage board to consider the gradual eliminationof the tipped sub-minimum wage. Currently, the tipped sub-minimum wage varies by region, industry and size of employer.

New Hampshire
Campaign Goal $12.00/$15.00

New Hampshire, $12.00/$15.00

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Impact: 189,000 workers

SB.554 introduced in late December. Wage level of $12 or $15 by 2021, depending 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.

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Kentucky
Campaign Goal $15.00

Kentucky, $15.00

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Impact: 638,000 workers

Pre-filled ahead of 2018 session. If adopted, 638,000 workers would benefit, and local jurisdictions would be allowed to adopt their own higher minimum wages.

Indiana
Campaign Goal $15.00

Indiana, $15.00

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Impact: 1.1 million workers

SB. 121 introduced. If adopted, more than 1.1 million workers would benefit.

North Carolina
Campaign Goal $15.00

North Carolina, $15.00

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Impact: 1.7 million workers

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

Nevada
Campaign Goal $14.00

Nevada, $14.00

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Impact: 536,000 workers

After Gov. Brian Sandoval vetoed a $12 by 2022 minimum wage bill, the legislature referred a $14 minimum wage proposal to the state ballot. If it is passed a second time in 2019, it will go before voters in 2020.

Maryland
Campaign Goal $15.00

Maryland, $15.00

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Impact: 573,000 workers

Legislation would raise the state minimum wage to $15 by 2023, and phase the tipped wage up to the full minimum wage.