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Here are some ways you can spread the word to make sure Congress gets the message loud and clear about the need to immediately raise the federal minimum wage.

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Help American workers and families by raising the minimum wage http://bit.ly/ZihDqG via @CREDOMobile #p2 #1u

You can also send the following e-mail to your friends and family. Spreading the word is critical, but please only pass this message along to those who know you -- spam hurts our campaign.

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--The CREDO Action Team

Here's a sample message to send to your friends:

Subject: It is time to raise the minimum wage

Dear Friend,

The need to keep pressing Congress on behalf of working-class Americans to raise the minimum wage remains urgent. At just $7.25 an hour, or roughly $15,080 per year, the current federal minimum wage is leaving millions of hardworking Americans in poverty.

While we continue to work with key allies to push the issue in the U.S. Senate, we need to build heat on the Republican leadership in the House in favor of legislation introduced by Rep. George Miller of California that increases the minimum wage from $7.25 to $10.10 and indexes it to inflation thereafter.

It is crucial for us to generate support for Representative Miller's effort because it will provide broader momentum for increasing the minimum wage in both chambers of Congress.

I just signed a petition urging my member of Congress to cosponsor Representative Miller's legislation to raise the minimum wage. I hope you do too. You can sign the petition and find out more information at the link below.
http://act.credoaction.com/campaign/fair_minimum_wage/?r_by=56543-3362360-Sv3rzjx&rc=confemail

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