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Bill to delay, study minimum wage hike rejected

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DOVER – A House committee on Tuesday killed a bill that would have delayed consideration on a $15 minimum wage hike in the 2021 legislative session. House Bill 147, sponsored by state Rep. Bryan Shupe (R-Milford), would have required the state to study the economic impact of increasing Delaware’s minimum wage over a five-year period.

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