The state with the highest minimum wage in the nation is increasing it.

As part of an initiative passed by voters in 1998,  the minimum wage in Washington will climb another $0.13 in January -- up to $9.32 an hour.

The initiative required Labor and Industries to adjust the wage annually based upon the Consumer Price Index, which reflects the cost of day-to-day goods and services. It went up 1.445 percent over the last year.

Oregon's minimum wage will also rise in January, up to $9.10 per hour.