LIers in Albany to rally for boost of minimum wage

Some Brentwood residents headed to the capital to call for an increase from the current wage of $7.25.

Some Brentwood residents headed to the capital to call for an increase from the current wage of $7.25. (1/29/13)

BRENTWOOD - A group of Long Islanders are heading to Albany this morning to rally for a boost in minimum wage.

Some Brentwood residents are expected to be in the state's capital to call for an increase from the current $7.25 an hour.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo has already proposed raising the minimum wage to $8.75.  

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