From paychecks to pups: Get ready for new laws in 2019
WASHINGTON -- When the New Year's confetti comes down at midnight, so will a wave of new laws across the country. At least 19 states will increase their minimum wages on or around New Year's Day, according to the National Employment Law Project. In Colorado, the wage will go up to $11.10 an hour, up from $10.20 an hour and on the way to $12 an hour by 2020. The minimum wage for tipped workers will be $8.08 an hour, up from $7.18 an hour.