The state is thriving. It's one of the top three fastest growing states in the nation according to recent reports. But is your money growing along with it? Federal officials have been grappling with the idea of raising the current minimum wage rate of $5.15 an hour to $6.15 an hour. Hourly workers like Annquan Arrington say they are getting left behind and their wallets are getting thinner. To date, 17 states have minimum wages higher than the federal rate of $5.15 an hour. The North Carolina General Assembly goes back into session in May to address changing minimum wage.
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