Working hard is at the core of what Pennsylvanians are about. Raising the minimum wage to at least $15 per hour is about economic fairness and economic sense: every state around Pennsylvania has raised their wage multiple times since our last raise. It’s also about boosting our state's economy. Raising the minimum wage to at least $15 per hour would put more money in the pockets of low-wage workers, money that would be spent on goods and services in our local businesses.

Fill out the form to email legislative leaders and your state lawmakers to let them know that you support an increase in the minimum wage to at least $15 per hour.


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Speaker of the House Joanna McClinton; Democratic Leader Matthew Bradford; Representative Bryan Cutler; Senator Devlin Robinson; Representative Jason Dawkins; Senator Jay Costa; Senator John Kane; Senator Kim Ward; Representative Ryan Mackenzie; Your Representative; Your Senator.

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Raise Pennsylvania’s Minimum Wage!

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The time has come for Pennsylvania to show that it values the people who work to make our state great by backing a livable minimum wage.

Too many working families are still struggling to pay bills, put food on their tables and provide for their families under Pennsylvania’s current minimum wage. Salaries are stagnant while inflation has driven up the cost of just about everything we buy.

You have opportunity to help hundreds of thousands of working people and their families directly with a minimum wage increase to at least $15 per hour, and millions more indirectly.

It's time to act for the good of working people, our economy and our state. Please pass a minimum wage increase in Pennsylvania and send it to the governor for his signature!

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