Decision Reached In Seattle Minimum Wage Case: Judge Denies Preliminary Injunction

Last week, lawyers argued in federal district in Seattle whether the city’s new minimum wage violates the equal protection rights of franchised business corporations. Yesterday, the judge denied the preliminary injunction on all claims, including Equal Protection and First Amendment claims. The ruling is an important step in the right direction to end the myth of corporate personhood, and to ensure protection of the rights of ‘we the people.’

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