Arizona voters might get say on new minimum wage in November

Screen Shot 2016-02-24 at 4.50.36 PMBy Jeremy Duda | Arizona Capitol Times

The nationwide “Fight for 15” movement, which seeks to dramatically increase the minimum wage, may be coming to Arizona this November.

Living United for Change in Arizona, a progressive advocacy group that focuses heavily on immigration issues, is leading a coalition that is considering an initiative drive that would seek to put a new minimum wage measure on the November ballot. LUCHA has been a strident advocate of the “Fight for 15” movement that seeks to raise the minimum wage for fast food workers.

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