The Minnesota Chamber of Commerce is suing the city of Minneapolis over its 15-dollar minimum wage ordinance. The Chamber’s Cam Winton says it violates existing state law. He says, “Minnesota law is that the State of Minnesota… sets the minimum wage within the state.” The Republican-controlled legislature passed a bill that would have overridden the Minneapolis ordinance but Democratic Governor Mark Dayton vetoed it. Minneapolis City Attorney Susan Segal says the Chamber’s lawsuit raises the same failed legal arguments as when they challenged the city’s paid sick leave ordinance. The state Court of Appeals ruled against the Chamber in that case and they’ve appealed to the Minnesota Supreme Court.