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By Martha Stoddard, Erin Bamer
Omaha World Herald, Sep 6, 2022 

Nebraskans will decide this November about requiring people to present identification to vote and about raising the state’s minimum wage. Secretary of State Bob Evnen announced Tuesday that both petitions had garnered enough signatures to qualify for the general election ballot. ...

Nebraska Business for a Fair Minimum Wage, a group of business owners, called Tuesday’s announcement “good news.” The group said that gradually raising the minimum wage would bolster local businesses and the economy.

Voters passed a similar ballot initiative in 2014 to boost the Nebraska minimum wage above the federal minimum of $7.25 an hour. ...

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