January 21, 2020
By Joshua Paladino
Illegal immigrants are arguing in a federal lawsuit that their $1 per day wage at a Washington state detention facility violates the state’s minimum wage law.
Raising questions of Constitutional federalism, the lawsuit pits Washington state’s $11.50-per-hour minimum wage with the $1 per day wage set by Congress for aliens who decide to work at detention facilities. Read the full story at Liberty Headlines.
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