California Labor &
Employment Law Blog
Dec 5, 2012

Democratic Supermajority in California Legislature Moving Quickly to Significantly Raise California Minimum Wage

Topics: New Laws & Legislation, Wage & Hour Issues

Yesterday, on the first day of this year’s California Legislative session, Assemblymember Luis Alejo introduced a bill that would significantly raise California’s minimum wage starting in 2014.  If enacted in its current form, the California minimum wage would go to $8.25 in 2014, $8.75 in 2015 and $9.25 in 2016.  Starting in 2017, the minimum wage would be automatically adjusted based on inflation indexes.  For a complete copy of the bill, you can click here.  With the Democrats holding supermajority status in the Assembly and State Senate, we expect many pro-employee bills to be introduced in the coming months.  We will track them for you throughout the Legislative session.

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Sacramento Office Managing Partner and Chair of CDF’s Traditional Labor Law Practice Group. Mark has been practicing labor and employment law in California for thirty years. His practice has a special emphasis on the representation of California employers in union-management relations and handling federal and state court litigation and administrative matters triggered by all types of employment-related disputes. He is also adept at providing creative and practical legal advice to help minimize the risks inherent in employing workers in California. He recently named “Sacramento Lawyer of the Year” in Employment Law-Management for 2021 by Best Lawyers®.
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