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Breanna Hendrickson, right, and Brianna Aalto play with dogs at The Woof Room in Roseville, Minn. Wednesday, April 16, 2014. The dog daycare business will feel the impact of the minimum wage law recently passed in Minnesota as the majority of its employees will be required to receive a pay increase. Credit: Jeffrey Thompson/MPR News

Minimum wage hike worries some Minnesota business owners

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When Angie Decker and her business partner started a new enterprise three years ago, they knew their labor costs would grow over time as they hired more staff. Right now their current staff seems about right and things seem financially stable.

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But now, Decker says under Minnesota's new minimum wage law the firm's finances could go to the dogs.

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