The New Jersey Assembly meets on Monday and is expected to consider legislation that will increase the state’s minimum wage to $8.50 an hour. The New Jersey Senate approved the new minimum wage on Thursday; now, it’s the Assembly’s turn on Monday. The vote has largely been down party lines with democrats supporting the increase and republicans opposing it. Governor Chris Christie has promised a veto shall the bill appear on his desk.
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