TUCSON, Ariz. (KGUN) — Sen. Kyrsten Sinema has expressed her lack of support for including a $15 hourly minimum wage in the coronavirus relief package.
A Sinema spokesperson confirmed a report in Politico in which Sinema declined to support the aspect of the plan.
The spokesperson also reconfirmed a statement previously released to another news source:
“Kyrsten is working to ensure a next relief bill is laser-focused on addressing Arizona's immediate needs and believes all proposals not related to those immediate needs — like the minimum wage increase — must be excluded from the package."
The stimulus plan in its current form would send $1,400 payments to those making $75,000 a year or less.