Last week, we told you that there was strong business community opposition to the wording of a ballot question in Maine relating raising the minimum wage.  In response, Maine Secretary of State Matthew Dunlap revisited the question and has now issued the final wording for the question as it will appear on the November ballot.  The thrust of the business opposition was centered on the fact that the initial language did not clearly convey that if the question passes, the minimum wage would be indexed to inflation after the year 2020, nor did it mention that the tip credit would be totally eliminated over time and tipped service workers would end up with an hourly wage of $12 in the year 2024.