Clinton proposes 90-cent increase in minimum wage

March 1995
HR Magazine;Mar95, Vol. 40 Issue 3, p4
Reports on United States President Bill Clinton's proposal of a 90-cent raise in the federal $4.25-an-hour minimum wage. Details of the Clinton proposal; Number of workers affected by the raise; Minimum wage increase proposals by individual states.


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