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Michigan's Snyder signs bill raising minimum wage

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LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder signed legislation Tuesday to raise the state's minimum wage by 25 percent gradually over the next four years to $9.25 an hour, as Republicans controlling the state government moved to head off a November ballot measure that could have raised pay even more. The House and Senate passed the bill Tuesday, one day before a group of labor and community...

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