We're writing a story about the upcoming one-year anniversary of the law that increased Seattle's minimum wage, and we want to hear from you.

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The Seattle Times is interested in hearing about the experiences of workers and employers in Seattle with the city’s minimum wage increase.

Some workers are taking home more money. Some employers are worried they will have to raise prices or cut staff to keep up with the increases. We want to hear your stories.

The law’s one-year anniversary is coming up on April 1. We want to find out if the increase has affected workers in Seattle and if so, how? On Jan. 1, the minimum wage went up to $10.50 to $13 per hour depending on the size of the employer and whether the employer provides benefits.

Check out previous coverage of the minimum wage issue here.

Your responses may be published in an upcoming story or a reporter may contact you for further comment. We can only use your response if we have your first and last name and contact information. We won’t share any of your contact information with any other parties.

Please fill out the short survey below, or visit this link, to tell us about your experience.