MILWAUKEE The Wisconsin Restaurant Association and a coalition of other business groups plan to sue the city of Milwaukee over the recent passage of a ballot measure requiring employers to provide paid sick leave to workers. The measure, which was approved by 68 percent of Milwaukee voters, would require private employers in the city to provide one hour of paid sick leave for every 30 hours worked, for a total of up to nine days of paid leave per calendar year. Employers with fewer ...
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