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Workers in New England states looking forward to a bump up in minimum wages in 2024

Associated Press

BOSTON (AP) — Workers in several New England states are looking forward to a bump up in the minimum wage in 2024 while advocates in Massachusetts are pushing a ballot question aimed at phasing out the state’s subminimum wage for tipped workers. In Rhode Island, the state’s current $13 minimum wage will jump to $14 an hour on Jan. 1. In Vermont, the state’s minimum wage will reach $13.67 while Maine will see its hourly minimum wage tick up from $13.80 to $14.15. The Connecticut minimum wage will rise from the current rate of $15.00 to $15.69 — the highest in New England.

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