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Illinois can follow other states’ lead to $15 minimum hourly wage Illinois can follow other states’ lead to $15 minimum hourly wage

Illinois can follow other states’ lead to $15 minimum hourly wage

As it considers raising its minimum wage to $15 an hour, Illinois has a few examples to follow. Three states and Washington, D.C., have approved the significant jump to $15 an hour. And each of those states has done it differently.

Windhorst vows to work for southern Illinois, conservative principles in Springfield Windhorst vows to work for southern Illinois, conservative principles in Springfield

Windhorst vows to work for southern Illinois, conservative principles in Springfield

When newly-elected state Rep. Patrick Windhorst sat down for an interview on Tuesday, Jan. 29, he and other House Republicans had already lost their first legislative skirmish. It was an attempt to change the rules of the House in a way that would rein in the power of majority party leaders to control the flow of legislation, and give minority voices more say in deciding what comes up for a...
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