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Minimum wage might be out of the headlines, but don't expect it to stay there.

Elections: Minimum wage hikes on back burner—until fall

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The minimum wage issue hasn’t drawn much attention so far during 2016's vitriol-filled presidential primary battles, but that could change come November. Passage of ballot initiatives in several states would require many restaurant owners to pay significantly higher wages than they already do. A new study says these mandates won’t hurt as much as you think, while a chain restaurant executive tells The Wall Street Journal that wage boosts will kill jobs in ways their proponents ca

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