REPORT: Under new law state may be paid for costs resulting from local minimum wage hikes

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PHOENIX (AP) – A state law taking effect Tuesday could make Arizona municipalities and counties reimburse the state for new costs resulting from a local minimum wage above the statewide rate.

The Arizona Republic reports that provisions in a budget law enacted last spring requires the heads of state agencies and programs to calculate higher costs for services in communities with a higher minimum wage.

The article goes on to state the following:

The measure approved by the Legislature and signed into law by Gov. Doug Ducey also allows the state to then assess reimbursement amounts owed by local governments.

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