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Minimum wage bill heads for Thursday House vote Minimum wage bill heads for Thursday House vote

Minimum wage bill heads for Thursday House vote

A minimum wage increase appears headed for approval without any support from Republicans this week after passing its final committee hurdle Wednesday. Senate Bill 1, which would increase the state’s minimum wage from $8.25 to $15 per hour over a six-year period, passed the House Labor and Commerce Committee on a 19-10 vote with all Democrats supporting it and all Republicans voting against.

CAPITOL BRIEFS: Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2019 CAPITOL BRIEFS: Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2019

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On Abraham Lincoln’s 210th birthday, his home state’s two U.S. senators advanced a bill to expand the Lincoln National Heritage Area in Illinois. Livingston County, and the cities of Jonesboro and Freeport would be added.

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Republican legislators in the General Assembly have chosen new leadership in both the House and Senate. Sen. John Curran and Rep. Tony McCombie each met members of the media after their wins. Listen to their interviews on the latest edition of Capitol Cast.

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