Michigan workers who make the minimum wage are getting a 40-cents-an-hour raise.
The state hourly minimum rises from $8.50 to $8.90 on Sunday. It's the second straight yearly increase under a 2014 law that gradually raised the wage by 25 percent.
The 40-cent increase means those working full time will earn $16 more a week, or $832 a year. Many making the minimum wage work part time and tend to be younger.
At $8.90, Michigan's minimum wage is 15th-highest among states. Nineteen states rang in the year with an increase in the minimum.