Judge upholds Albuquerque’s minimum wage law

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — A state district judge has rejected a challenge to Albuquerque's Minimum Wage Ordinance, saying in his order that the former owners of Kellys Brew Pub should have filed their challenge within 30 days of the election results being 

The former owners of Kellys Brew Pub have lost their legal challenge to have Albuquerque's Minimum Wage Ordinance declared unconstitutional. State District Court Judge Alan Malott ruled that the challenge to the 2012 law by Dennis and Janice Bonfantine

Judge rejects challenge to Albuquerque's minimum wage law

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — A state district judge has rejected a challenge to Albuquerque's Minimum Wage Ordinance, saying in his order that the former owners of Kellys Brew Pub should have filed their challenge within 30 days of the election results being

An Albuquerque district judge rejected challenges to the city's minimum wage ordinance this week, saying it was simply too late to reverse something voters decided on and approved nearly five years ago. “Each and every exercise of voters' rights and

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — A challenge to Albuquerque's voter-approved 2012 law setting a minimum wage for New Mexico's most populous city has been rejected by a judge. State District Judge Alan Malott's ruling Tuesday rejects a motion to dismiss a


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