HB 1194 Prohibits political subdivisions from requiring a minimum wage that exceeds the requirements of state law
Sponsor: Hegeman
LR Number: 2328S.09T Fiscal Notes
Committee: Local Government and Elections
Last Action: 7/18/2017 - Governor took no action, sent to Secretary of State/Article III, Sec. 31 Journal Page:
Title: SS#2 HCS HBs 1194 & 1193 Calendar Position:
Effective Date: August 28, 2017
House Handler: Chipman

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Current Bill Summary


SS#2/HCS/HBs 1194 & 1193 - Under this act, state minimum wage laws preempt and nullify all political subdivision ordinances, rules, and regulations currently in effect or later enacted relating to the establishment or enforcement of a minimum or living wage or the provision of employment benefits that exceed state laws, rules, or regulations.

This act is substantially similar to SB 530 (2017).

SCOTT SVAGERA