SB15 is Sent to the Gov.

Today my House colleagues and I voted to send the $15 minimum wage bill to Governor John Carney, who is expected to sign it into law.

Raising the minimum wage will help ensure that working people share in Delaware’s post-pandemic economic recovery. A higher minimum wage will put more money in the pockets of the very same customers that small businesses rely on, and it will reduce strain on the social safety net and state spending on programs to aid people who don’t earn enough to live on.

This legislation is also a major step toward restoring the promise that a job brings with it a fundamental level of dignity and peace of mind for every Delawarean. I look forward to the Governor signing this bill into law and helping to bolster economic security for so many Delaware families.

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By Gerald L. Brady

Gerald Brady has represented Wilmington’s 4th Representative District since 2006.