Unions, States Ask 10th Circ. Support the rise in wages for entrepreneurs

By Emily Brill (April 28, 2022, 6:10 p.m. EDT) – A coalition of unions and nonprofits has urged the Tenth Circuit to allow enforcement of regulations raising the minimum hourly wage for federal contractors to $15 , telling the court a federal judge rightly shot down a request from a group of Colorado outdoor adventure companies to block the policy.

The coalition, which includes the Communications Workers of America and the Service Employees International Union, said Wednesday that U.S. District Judge Philip A. Brimmer correctly applied the law in ruling that the Colorado River Outfitters Association and Arkansas Valley Adventure LLC were not eligible for a restraining order. the regulations to come into force on January 30.

The coalition advanced…

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