DENVER A group of rural restaurant owners filed a motion in Denver District Court on Thursday seeking a preliminary injunction against a 3.7-percent increase to the state’s minimum wage next year. Colorado’s minimum wage is expected to increase in January to $7.28 per hour and the cash wage for tipped employees to $4.26 per hour. The jumps are tied to the rate increase of the Consumer Price Index, or CPI, for the Denver-Boulder-Greeley region of Colorado, which is the state’s most ...

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