SALEM Ore. The Oregon Restaurant Association and other business groups last week lobbied in support of proposed state legislation that would have halted automatic inflation-based minimum wage increases. But despite their efforts, the bill is not expected to proceed, and the state’s minimum wage will continue to rise based on inflation rates. In public hearings here last week, restaurant association officials argued that the state’s high minimum wage is partly to blame for Oregon’s ...

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