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Here’s an update on the changes in the Minimum Wage amounts for the coming year.
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|Minimum Wage Changes
||2013||2014||2015||Date of Enactment
|New York||7.25||8.00||8.75||Effective 01/01/15|
|Rhode Island||7.75||8.00||9.00||Effective 01/01/15|
|Washington DC||10.50||Effective 07/01/15|
|West Virginia||8.00||Effective 01/01/15|
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