The National Conference of State Legislatures publishes a table on its website, NCSL.org, listing the minimum wage of every state as of 2015. It also lists future increases scheduled for enactment.
Georgia and Wyoming have the lowest minimum wage, at $5.15 per hour, as of 2015. Washington has the highest minimum wage of any state, at $9.47 per hour. However, Washington, D.C. has a minimum wage of $10.50, the highest on the list. Six states, including Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, New Hampshire, South Carolina and Tennessee, have no minimum wage. California, Connecticut, Hawaii, Maryland, Massachusetts and Vermont all plan to raise the minimum wage above $10.50 per hour in the next few years.