The White House - In this year's State of the Union address, President Obama called on Congress to raise the federal minimum wage from $7.25 to $10.10 an hour.
That would benefit more than 28 million workers -- helping families across the country make ends meet.
But exactly how would it help? We'll show you.
Check out our new interactive state-by-state maps, which break down how a $10.10 minimum wage can help workers in each state. And if you agree that 28 million Americans deserve a raise, add your name.
The data shows why this issue is so important.
In Texas, for example, almost 3 million workers would benefit from raising the minimum wage. And the additional earnings from a $10.10 wage could help a full-time, full-year minimum-wage worker afford either six months of rent, 36 weeks of groceries, or 103 tanks of gas over the course of a year.
American workers are doing their part. It's past time they get the raise they've earned.