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Minimum wage hike in Florida doesn't draw arguments

bizjournals Wednesday, 19 June 2019
The Florida Supreme Court will not hold oral arguments on a proposed constitutional amendment that would increase the state’s minimum wage, after it did not receive any briefs on the issue. The court issued a one-page document Tuesday saying it is “dispensing with oral argument” as it reviews the wording of the proposed amendment. Supreme Court approval of wording is a key step in the process of getting amendments on the ballot. The minimum wage proposal, which is being spearheaded by prominent…
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