de802e5a7b473e45ca_ajm6bx65qWe reported to you back at the beginning of this month on a ruling by the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development that rejected a complaint by labor advocates that about 100 low-wage workers were not being paid a “living wage” as required by a 1913 state law.  Well, it seems that one of the labor-backed organizations involved in the effort to increase the state minimum wage, Wisconsin Jobs Now, is filing a lawsuit on behalf of those 100 workers challenging the state’s determination that the current Wisconsin minimum of $7.25 is a “living wage” under the statute.  We’ll keep an eye on this case as it moves forward.