On the Illinois ballot in November, voters will be asked if they favor Illinois raising the minimum wage to $10 per hour. Observers are now wondering if the amount on the ballot advisory should have been $15 per hour, the new high level for minimum wage workers. In the city of SeaTac, Washington, where the minimum wage is now $15 an hour, one business is charging customers a “living wage” surcharge.

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