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HB 430 - State Living Wage - Key Vote

Maryland Key Votes

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Legislation - Signed (Executive) -

Title: State Living Wage

Legislation - Concurrence Vote Passed (House) (91-49) - (Key vote)

Title: State Living Wage

Vote Smart's Synopsis:

Vote to pass a bill that would increase the minimum wage for employees working under state contract to $8.50 or $11.30 per hour, depending on the area.

Highlights:
-Exempts employees who are 17 years old or younger and employees who work for less than 13 consecutive weeks [sec. 18-102 (A)(2)]. -Provides exceptions for emergency services and services provided by public service or non-profit organizations, as well as employers employing 10 or fewer workers and those contracted for less than $500,000 [sec. 18-102 (B)]. -Institutes a minimum wage of $11.50 per hour for state employees contracted in the Baltimore metropolitan area, and $8.50 per hour for state employees elsewhere [sec. 18-103 (A)]. -Requires the Commissioner of Labor and Industry to reevaluate the "appropriateness" of the living wages [sec.18-104 (C)(1)].
Legislation - Bill Passed With Amendment (Senate) (31-16) - (Key vote)

Title: State Living Wage

Vote Smart's Synopsis:

Vote to pass a bill that would increase the minimum wage for employees working under state contract to $8.50 or $11.30 per hour, depending on the area.

Highlights:
-Exempts employees who are 17 years old or younger and employees who work for less than 13 consecutive weeks [sec. 18-102 (A)(2)]. -Provides exceptions for emergency services and services provided by public service or non-profit organizations, as well as employers employing 10 or fewer workers and those contracted for less than $500,000 [sec. 18-102 (B)]. -Institutes a minimum wage of $11.50 per hour for state employees contracted in the Baltimore metropolitan area, and $8.50 per hour for state employees elsewhere [sec. 18-103 (A)]. -Requires the Commissioner of Labor and Industry to reevaluate the "appropriateness" of the living wages [sec.18-104 (C)(1)].
Legislation - Bill Passed (House) (88-50) - (Key vote)

Title: State Living Wage

Vote Smart's Synopsis:

Vote to pass a bill that would increase the minimum wage for employees working under state contract to $8.50 or $11.30 per hour, depending on the area.

Highlights:
-Exempts employees who are 17 years old or younger and employees who work for less than 13 consecutive weeks [sec. 18-102 (A)(2)]. -Provides exceptions for emergency services and services provided by public service or non-profit organizations [sec. 18-102 (B)]. -Institutes a minimum wage of $11.30 per hour for state employees contracted in the Baltimore metropolitan area, and $8.50 per hour for state employees elsewhere [sec. 18-103 (A)].
Legislation - Introduced (House) -

Title: State Living Wage

Sponsors

  • Herman L. Taylor II (MD - D) (Out Of Office)

Co-sponsors

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