Michigan House Panel Votes to Scale Back Wage, Paid Leave Laws
The bill to scaling back the state’s new minimum wage hike is getting closer to becoming law.
A House panel gave the green light that would raise minimum wage by 23 cents a year until 2030.
Lawmakers have cut a provision out of the bill that would include tipped workers.
Minimum wage for non-tipped workers is supposed to increase to $12 an hour by 2022.
It will also limit sick time requirements to employers with 50 or more workers.
The bill now heads to the full House.
If they pass it, Governor Rick Snyder will then decide on if it becomes law or not.