ST.PAUL, Minn. (KFGO AM) -- The 2014 Minnesota Legislature opens one week from today, and it's looking like Democrats will try again to pass a minimum wage increase.
They weren't able to agree on it last year.
House Republican Minority Leader Kurt Daudt argues a better approach is to create an environment where businesses provide more job opportunities.
Democrats say there's no evidence that a minimum wage increase will result in job losses.
Republicans want to repeal three business-to-business taxes the DFL-controlled legislature passed last session.