JEFFERSON CITY – In 2006, Missourians overwhelmingly approved an increase in the state's minimum wage and ensured that it would be tied to increases in the state's cost of living. If a bill that has already passed the state House of Representatives becomes law, tipped employees would see their minimum wage capped following a final hike in July.
Missouri might cap minimum wage for tipped employees
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