Pete Vargas of the One Fair Wage group speaks out against Senate Bill 1171, or Michigan's One Fair Wage proposal, on Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2018, on the steps of the Michigan state Capitol in Lansing, Mich. Michigan's Republican-led Senate passed bills Wednesday that would substantially scale back citizen-initiated minimum wage and paid sick leave laws that a business lobby criticized as too burdensome, setting up expected lawsuits if GOP Gov. Rick Snyder signs them into law before making way for a Democrat in January.
Pete Vargas of the One Fair Wage group speaks out against Senate Bill 1171, or Michigan's One Fair Wage proposal, on Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2018, on the steps of the Michigan state Capitol in Lansing, Mich. Michigan's Republican-led Senate passed bills Wednesday that would substantially scale back citizen-initiated minimum wage and paid sick leave laws that a business lobby criticized as too burdensome, setting up expected lawsuits if GOP Gov. Rick Snyder signs them into law before making way for a Democrat in January. Lansing State Journal via AP Matthew Dae Smith
Pete Vargas of the One Fair Wage group speaks out against Senate Bill 1171, or Michigan's One Fair Wage proposal, on Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2018, on the steps of the Michigan state Capitol in Lansing, Mich. Michigan's Republican-led Senate passed bills Wednesday that would substantially scale back citizen-initiated minimum wage and paid sick leave laws that a business lobby criticized as too burdensome, setting up expected lawsuits if GOP Gov. Rick Snyder signs them into law before making way for a Democrat in January. Lansing State Journal via AP Matthew Dae Smith

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