With minimum wage increases staying in the forefront in a number of jurisdictions across the country, the state of Florida is likewise moving closer to putting the question of raising the state minimum wage on the November 2020 ballot. Florida for a Fair Wage, the primary PAC behind the measure, has thus far submitted just under 706,000 voter signatures in support of the constitutional amendment toward the requirement of 766,200 valid signatures. The proposed constitutional amendment was developed and has been largely funded by Attorney John Morgan with political support from the Service Employees International Union (SEIU). To make it to the ballot, the measure must submit the aforementioned 766,200 signatures and be cleared as to the clarity and accuracy of its language by the Florida Supreme Court. The Florida minimum wage is currently $8.46 per hour.