TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — New Jersey's state auditor is calling on the state to stop paying minimum wage for work done by sex offenders who are ordered to remain in custody at the Adult Diagnostic and Treatment Center after they have completed their prison terms.
Last November's minimum wage amendment was overwhelmingly approved by the voters of New Jersey. The prime sponsor of the legislation is now doing a victory lap touting the success of the wage hike, but critics said it's far too early to claim victory.
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