State’s senate passes $25 minimum wage for healthcare workers

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(JUST THE NEWS) – A $25 minimum wage bill for healthcare workers was passed this week in the California Senate. The partisan bill did not receive a single Republican vote in its 21-11 passage.

Authored by Senator Maria Elena Durazo (D-Los Angeles), and championed by the Service Employees International Union, the bill proposes to increase the state’s minimum wage for healthcare workers.

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Healthcare workers at general acute care hospitals, acute psychiatric hospitals, medical offices and clinics, behavioral health centers, dialysis clinics and residential care centers as well as as certified nursing assistants, patient aides, technicians, and food service workers, among many others can all expect a wage increase, if the bill becomes law. All paid work performed on the premises of any covered health care facility, regardless of the identity of the employer qualifies for the increase.

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