A new question will have the 2020 ballot since the Supreme Court of Florida admitted a state constitutional amendment, so that there is a gradual increase in the minimum wage up to $15 per hour.

MiamiDiario Newsroom

The proposition raises a progressive increase of the minimum wage in the Sunshine State, reported univision.com.

This indicates that of current minimum wage of $8.46 per hour would increase to $10 in September 2021, then it would go up $1 per hour per year, up to $15, amount that should be obtained in 2026.

For this proposal to be approved, it must have the 60% of the votes of the citizens of the state of Florida.

personal injury lawyer, John Morgan was the person who led the petition to get this proposition on the 202nd ballot.

It should be noted that this has not been Morgan's only proposal, since he was also the one who led the project to legalize medical marijuana in the Sunshine State, which was approved by voters in 2016.

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