Superior Court judge refuses to block minimum wage hike

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By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services

Saying there are no constitutional violations, a judge on Wednesday refused to block the voter-approved law that requires employers to pay their workers at least $10 an hour beginning Jan. 1.

In a setback for business interests, Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Daniel Kiley rebuffed their arguments that Proposition 206 legally should have been split into two separate measures, one to raise the hourly wage in steps — it eventually would hit $12 by 2020 — and the other to require that employers give workers at least three days of paid personal leave.

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