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President Obama and fellow Democrats are trying to use the annual Washington meeting of governors to rally support for increasing the federal minimum wage, as their Republican counterparts argue the idea is a jobs killer.

“I’m not for increasing the minimum wage because I’m concerned it would destroy jobs, especially for small business owners,” said Oklahoma GOP Gov. Mary Fallin, chairman of the National Governors Association. “The market will take care of itself.”

The annual winter meeting officially begins Saturday morning, but both sides have already jockeyed for position, as the Democrat-controlled Senate prepares to debate the Obama-backed plan to incrementally increase the federal wage from to $7.25 to $10.10 an hour by 2016.