the Federal minimum wage went up 12 cents and here is a breakdown of what states pay
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The minimum wage is rising 10 cents to $7.35 in Arizona, 12 cents to $7.36 in Colorado, 10 cents to $7.35 in Montana, 10 cents to $7.40 in Ohio, 10 cents to $8.50 in Oregon, nine cents to $8.15 in Vermont, and 12 cents to $8.67 in Washington state.
The federal minimum wage for covered nonexempt employees is $7.25 per hour effective July 24, 2009. It is not changing in 2011.
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