Florida’s Capitol building in Tallahassee. The city of Miami Beach has asked the state Supreme Court to act quickly in a case that pits the city’s minimum wage law against a state law that an appeals court said prevented local governments from setting minimum wages.
Florida’s Capitol building in Tallahassee. The city of Miami Beach has asked the state Supreme Court to act quickly in a case that pits the city’s minimum wage law against a state law that an appeals court said prevented local governments from setting minimum wages. SCOTT KEELER Tampa Bay Times
Florida’s Capitol building in Tallahassee. The city of Miami Beach has asked the state Supreme Court to act quickly in a case that pits the city’s minimum wage law against a state law that an appeals court said prevented local governments from setting minimum wages. SCOTT KEELER Tampa Bay Times

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