The highly contentious debate over raising the minimum wage in Kansas City is scheduled to get resolved on Thursday by the City Council. But after that, the courts and lawyers may take over.
Mayor Sly James has said he wants the current council, which leaves office at the end of the month, to make a decision on the issue. Recent meetings have included conflicting testimony about the effects of a higher minimum wage on workers and businesses. Opponents have indicated lawsuits are ahead if the wage is increased.
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