Seattle franchisee: Minimum wage law is unfair, insulting

06/25/2014 | Seattle Times, The · CNNMoney

The new minimum wage law in Seattle will create an uneven playing field among small businesses and unfairly punishes and discriminates against small-business owners who decided to "go into business for ourselves, just not by ourselves," writes Subway franchisee Matthew Hollek, who owns seven stores in the Seattle area. "It’s insulting to hear advocates suggest that I am not my own boss," writes Hollek, who is required under the law to transition to a $15 minimum wage years sooner than his small-business competitors.

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