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State/Cities/Counties New Minimum Wage
Connecticut $14.00
California 
Alameda $15.75 
Berkeley $16.99 
Emeryville $17.68 
Fremont $16.00 
Foster City $15.75 
Long Beach (hotels with 100 or more guest rooms) $16.73 
Los Angeles City $16.04 
Los Angeles City (hotels with 150 or more guest rooms) $18.17 
Unincorporated Los Angeles County $15.96 
Malibu $15.96 
Milpitas $16.40 
Pasadena $16.11 
San Francisco $16.99 
Santa Monica $15.96 
Santa Monica (hotels) $18.17 
West Hollywood (1–49 employees) $16.00 
West Hollywood (50 or more employees) $16.50 
West Hollywood (hotel workers) $18.35 
Illinois
Chicago
For employers that have 4–20 employees: $14.50
Minimum base wage for tipped employees $8.70
For employers that have 21 or more employees: $15.40
Minimum base wage for tipped employees $9.24
Cook County
Minimum wage $13.35
Minimum base wage for tipped employees $7.40
Maryland
Montgomery County 
Employers with 1–10 employees $14.00
Employers with 11 to 50 employees $14.50
Employers with 51 or more employees $15.65
Employers with 11 or more employees that are tax exempt under Section 501(c)(3) $14.50
Employers with 11 or more employees that provide “home health services” or “home or community-based services” (as defined by federal law) and receive at least 75 percent of gross revenues through Medicaid $14.50
Minimum base wage for tipped employees $4.00
Minnesota
Minneapolis
Employers with 1–100 employees $13.50
Employers with 101 or more employees $15.00
St. Paul
Employers with 1–5 employees $10.75
Employers with 6–100 employees $12.00
Employers with 101–10,000 employees $13.50
Employers with 10,001 or more employees $15.00
Nevada
Employers who offer health benefits that meet certain criteria $9.50
Employers who do not offer sufficient benefits $10.50
Oregon 
Portland Metro (within Portland’s Urban Growth Boundary): $14.75
Nonurban Counties: $12.50
All Other (“Standard”) Counties: $13.50
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