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Business Owners Rally for Minimum Wage Ballot Measure

Some 200 business leaders signed, including the founder of Illegal Pete's, Pete Turner As November 8 approaches, the ads multiply and so do the mailers and volume of the advocacy. A group called Colorado Business for a Fair Minimum Wage is urging Colorado citizens to vote in favor of Amendment 70 to raise the minimum wage from the current $8.31. The increase would first go to $9.
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