The Senate could take up the bill as early as Friday.
The measure phases in increases over the next several years, topping out at $10.10 in July of 2018.
It also freezes the minimum wage for tipped workers at $3.63.
An employer may pay an employee who is 19 or younger 85 percent of the minimum wage for the employee's first six months.
It includes a four-year 3.5 percent mandated increase for community service providers who work with the developmentally disabled to keep their pay above minimum wage.
Maryland's legislative session ends Monday at midnight.