South Dakota Democrats celebrate another year of increased minimum wages

On Monday, South Dakota’s minimum wage increased from $10.80 an hour to $11.20 an hour. Tipped employees will receive $5.60 an hour.This is thanks to Initiated Measure 18, which was championed by state Democrats and approved by voters in 2014. The law requires the state to adjust the minimum wage each year based on the…

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