By Michael Schroeder, Herald-Times, Bloomington, Ind. Knight Ridder/Tribune Business News
Feb. 11--Workers covered by a living wage ordinance would make at least $10 an hour, according to an initial draft of the legislation. The proposal is slated to be introduced at the Bloomington City Council's March 2 meeting.
City government, city service contractors and subcontractors, and recipients of certain city subsidies would be covered by the proposed ordinance.
For-profit companies that have at least 10 employees, as well as nonprofits that have at least 15 employees, would be subject to the ordinance if they meet one of the following two …