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Maryland minimum wage hike hearing set in Annapolis

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ANNAPOLIS, Md. — A provision to raise pay for workers who help developmentally disabled people is still holding up the minimum wage bill. More than 200 developmentally disabled residents and their caregivers converged on Annapolis Wednesday to help push the provision through. After crowding the meeting room of the Senate Finance Committee, a small delegation met with John Griffin, Gov. Martin...

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