The Illinois Farm Bureau is warning lawmakers that farmers, who have already been hit hard by tariffs on commodities like pork, won’t be able to absorb the cost of an increased minimum wage like traditional businesses. [Wikimedia Commons]

Negotiators working on a bill to increase Illinois’ minimum wage to $15 an hour finalized an agreement Tuesday for specifics set to be presented in Senate Executive Committee Wednesday afternoon.

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