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Can the Senate stop low-wage employers from tying up workers with non-competes?

Charles H. Martin Contract Law and Public Policy

U.S. Senators Al Franken and Chris Murphy think so. Today they will introduce  a bill titled the Mobility and Opportunity for Vulnerable Employees (MOVE) Act to try to accomplish this. It would ban noncompete agreements for workers making less than $15 an hour, or $31,000 a year, unless the minimum wage in their jurisdiction is higher.

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Charles H. MartinCan the Senate stop low-wage employers from tying up workers with non-competes?