"The San Diego City Council Aug. 18, 2014, overrode Mayor Kevin Faulconer’s veto of an ordinance raising the city’s minimum wage to $11.50 per hour and requiring employers to grant paid sick leave. 

The council originally approved the Democratic-backed ordinance on a party-line vote of 6-3 on July 28, and Faulconer, a Republican, vetoed it on Aug. 8, saying it would force businesses out of San Diego

The wage increase will be phased in over a three-year period. In January 2015, the minimum wage will increase to $9.75; in January 2016 it will increase to $10.50; and in January 2017 it will increase to $11.50. Thereafter, the minimum wage will increase on an annual basis as determined by a Consumer Price Index.  

This increase edges ahead of California’s state minimum wage, which rose to $9 this month, and is slated to increase to $10 in January 2016."  (Read Full Article Click Here)

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