Unions, states are asking 10th Circ. Wage increase for the contractor back

By Emily Brill (April 28, 2022 at 6:10 p.m. EDT) – A coalition of labor unions and nonprofits has encouraged the Tenth Circuit to allow enforcement of regulations that raise the minimum hourly wage for contractors to $15, and has endorsed the Court properly notified a federal judge to shoot down a group of outdoor adventure companies in Colorado to block the policy.

The coalition, which includes the Communications Workers of America and the Service Employees International Union, said Wednesday that U.S. District Judge Philip A. Brimmer correctly applied the law when he ruled that the Colorado River Outfitters Association and Arkansas Valley Adventure LLC was not eligible for an injunction, the rules go into effect on January 30th.

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