Business groups are pushing to have a ballot question heading before voters in Maine this November re-worded to more accurately summarize the impact of the proposal. Secretary of State Matthew Dunlap released proposed language this past week but his draft has no mention of any the increase being indexed to inflation after the initial phase-in period concludes in 2020.  The proposal would raise the state minimum from the current $7.50/hour to $12.00 by 2020 and subsequently tether future increases to the consumer price index.  Secretary Dunlap has yet to indicate whether he will amend the language to include indexing information or not, but the question was scheduled to be finalized yesterday.