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Are there free tables comparing different states' minimum wage laws?

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The U.S. Department of Labor provides tables that compare the minimum wage in each state. If a state has a lower minimum wage than the federal minimum wage, the federal minimum wage supersedes the state minimum wage, according to the U.S. Department of Labor.

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As of February 2015, the only states with a minimum wage lower than the federal minimum wage are Georgia and Wyoming, explains the U.S. Department of Labor. Five states do not have a minimum wage requirement, 14 states match the federal minimum wage, and 24 states plus the District of Columbia have a higher minimum wage than the federal minimum wage. The highest minimum wage is in the District of Columbia.

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