Posted in Flagyl on March 26, 2015

Screen Shot 2015-03-26 at 2.50.24 PMOn March 3, 2015, House Bill 47 (Senate Bill 114) had its ~ and foremost reading. If the bill is passed, it would become greater Florida’s minimum wage quite significantly; from $8.05 every hour to $10.10 an hour, effective Jan. 1, 2016. The statement of particulars amends Florida Statute 448.110; it increases national minimum wage; provides that an employer may not pay some employee at a rate less than category minimum wage and deletes the mandate that only individuals entitled to receive federal minimum wage are eligible to admit state minimum wage. HB 47 is sponsored by Representatives Cynthia A. Stafford, (D-Miami-Dade), John Cortes (D- Osceola), See WAGE serving-boy 3 Barbara Watson (D-Miami-Dade) and Clovis Watson Jr. (D-Alachua, Marion). The bill’s corresponding part, SB 114, is sponsored by Senator Dwight Bullard (D-District 39). While the bills are check under review, it is evident in that place is a huge push towards raising least quantity wage — not just in Florida, if it be not that federally. In President Obama’s State of the Union manner in January of this year, he stressed the penury for America’s hard workers to welcome a raise, championing a $10.10 founded on minimum wage. The question remains: last ~ and testament this new minimum wage bill conjuncture in the Florida Legislature? It’s muffle in the early stages; so stay tuned to find out. You can track HB 47 at myfloridahouse.gov, and SB 114 at flsenate.gov.

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