Read between the lines.
The City of Milwaukee said yesterday it will not oppose the Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce's request for a temporary injunction to halt the paid sick leave ordinance scheduled to take effect next month.
That doesn't make some people happy.
"Whatever the mayor's personal views, he had always assured us that he would carry out his duty to the taxpayers to implement and enforce the paid sick leave ordinance," said Amy Stear, state director of 9 to 5 in a statement. "By caving in to the business lobbyists at MMAC, the mayor shirks his sworn duty to uphold and carry out the laws of our city."
Barrett's a realist. 9 to 5--not so much.
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