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The Reporter Two-Way: A new year, a new you, a new minimum wage

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Colorado's new minimum wage, $10.20 per hour, went into effect Jan. 1. That's $0.90 higher than last year.

The state's voters approved minimum wage increases in 2016. It will continue to rise each year until it hits $12 per hour in 2020. To learn more about what impact the new wage might have in the Roaring Fork Valley, producer Christin Kay sat down with reporter Wyatt Orme.


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