A measure giving voters another say on Arizona’s minimum wage law passed the Senate Commerce Committee Monday and appears to be heading to the November ballot. The bill would freeze the state’s minimum wage at $10.50 an hour and eliminates mandatory sick pay. The bill’s sponsor, Senator Sylvia Allen says there’s nothing wrong about putting the issue on the ballot. But those fighting the initiative argue the minimum wage hike is actually reducing unemployment and adding jobs. Democrats voting “no” add, they don’t want to undo the will of the voters. SCR-1016 now heads to the Senate Rules Committee.