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Overview of the Memphis Living Wage Ordinance and ERISA Preemption
Workplace Prof BlogLink to more items from this source
Nov. 27, 2006
Excerpt: To the extent that the city ordinance requires covered private employers to provide health benefits as part of the living wage, there is at least an argument that such mandatory benefits may run into ERISA preemption because the law would adversely impact upon the administration of employee benefit plans.

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