MILWAUKEE, Wis. — Some Milwaukee County supervisors apparently don’t care about an ethics complaint that hangs over their union-influenced living wage bill.
The topic wasn’t even mentioned Thursday as the Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors, in a 12-6 vote, overrode County Executive Chris Abele’s veto of an ordinance requiring an $11.32-an-hour minimum wage for thousands of county workers and employees contracted by the county.
Wisconsin Reporter on March 12 broke a story saying board members David Bowen and Marina Dimitrijevic and the Service Employees International Union and Wisconsin Jobs Now may have violated the county’s ethics code because of questionable campaign contributions.
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