MN Supreme Court Reverses Mpls. Minimum Wage Judgement, Won't Be On BallotThe Minnesota Supreme Court has reversed the judgement of a Hennepin County District judge, who ruled that the $15 minimum wage measure should go to a city-wide vote in November.
Minn. Supreme Court To Hear $15 Minimum Wage AppealThe decision on whether to put the minimum wage of the city of Minneapolis on the ballot will be heard by the Minnesota Supreme Court.
Minneapolis City Attorney Plans To Appeal $15 Min. Wage DecisionMinneapolis city officials are appealing a judge's decision to put a minimum wage vote on November's ballot.
Judge Rules In Favor Of $15 Minimum Wage Vote In Mpls.On Monday, Hennepin County Judge Susan Robiner ruled in favor of putting raising the minimum wage on the ballot for the Nov. 8 election.
Mpls. City Council Blocks Minimum Wage, Police Insurance AmendmentsTwo big and controversial decisions were made at Friday morning's Minneapolis City Council meeting.
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Minimum Wage Among New MN Laws Going Into EffectThe beginning of August means there are a bunch of new laws going into effect in the state, including one that raises the minimum wage.
MN Attorney: Council Should Block Minimum Wage VoteMinneapolis City Attorney is suggesting the city not go ahead with raising the minimum wage. Earlier this year, there was a major effort to collect nearly 20,000 signatures to put raising minimum wage on the November ballot in Minneapolis.
Businesses Seek State Law To Preempt Local Labor LawsMinnesota's top business leaders are pushing for a state law to stop cities from adopting sick leave and minimum wage policies.
Twin Cities Fast Food Workers Walk Off JobFast food workers in Minneapolis and St. Paul are demanding a minimum wage of $15 an hour, the right to form a union, and paid sick time.
Minnesota Minimum Wage By The NumbersThe Department of Labor and Industry says there are nearly 1.6 million hourly workers in Minnesota. And, about 216,000 made $9 an hour or less in 2015.
Some MSP Airport Workers On Hunger Strike For Better WagesTwin Cities airport workers set up a traditional Ethiopian coffee ceremony just outside baggage claim on Wednesday -- one of America's busiest travel days of the year. It is where they could talk about the work they do, and the difficulty of raising a family on $10 an hour.