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(Salem, OR)  --  A bill to increase the minimum wage in Oregon continues to advance in Salem.  After several hours of public testimony, a House committee voted 6-5 to send the Senate-passed measure to the full House for debate.  The bill would set up a three-tier minimum-wage hike over the next six years.  The amounts would vary by location, with urban areas implementing higher increases and rural areas seeing lower wage hikes.

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