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D.C. Minimum Wage Increases on July 1

D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser on Friday will mark the first increase to the minimum wage under the #Fightfor15 legislation that she introduced last year.

The 2016 legislation served as part of Bowser’s effort to provide all D.C. residents a fair shot at pathways to the middle class.

Beginning July 1, the minimum wage for District workers will increase from $11.50 per hour to $12.50, and the minimum wage for tipped workers will increase from $2.77 an hour to $3.33.

The increase marks the first for tipped workers in 12 years.

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