Firm that found signatures for Arizona wage hike sues over nonpayment

lawsuit-unpaidBy Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services | Arizona Daily Star

The private firm that collected signatures to put Proposition 206 on the November ballot is claiming it did not get fully paid.

In a lawsuit filed in Maricopa County Superior Court, Sign Here Petitions LLC says it is still owed $65,000 by backers of the proposal to raise the minimum wage to $12 an hour by 2020.

Attorney Paul Weich said that does not include a $1,000-a-day penalty that initiative organizers agreed to pay in late fees.

But Bill Scheel, the campaign’s manager, said if anyone breached the contract, it was the signature-gathering firm.

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