Bills seek minimum wage hike

If a person in Rhode Island works 40 hours a week at the state’s minimum wage, $7.40 an hour, he will earn $15,392 a year. That is $5,182 above the federal poverty line for an individual with no children, and $1,778 below the poverty line for a parent with two children. Aiming to do better…

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