The International Franchise Association has voiced its opposition to part of a minimum-wage increase proposal under consideration with the Chicago City Council, arguing that legislators’ misunderstanding of the franchisee-franchisor relationship would unfairly penalize franchisee operators if the $15-per-hour draft ordinance gets adopted. In a letter to the Chicago City Council, IFA president and chief executive Steve Caldeira suggested that the ordinance discriminated against ...

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