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5 State, Local Labor Developments You May Have Missed

Law360, New York (August 1, 2017, 6:52 PM EDT) -- All eyes have been on Washington, D.C., over the last few months as President Donald Trump has worked to advance his agenda, but local and state lawmakers have kept busy tweaking their labor and employment laws. Here, Law360 gets you up to speed on a few developments you might have missed.

Missouri Preempts Local Wage Minimums

Workers in St. Louis scored a victory in late February when the Missouri Supreme Court lifted an injunction that had blocked a law phasing in a new $11 minimum wage from taking effect. But the win was short-lived.

Missouri lawmakers in May passed a law...

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