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The Arizona House has recently moved forward with a bill that would allow minor league baseball players to be exempt from the state's minimum wage laws, a move that aligns with existing statutes in California and Florida. The initiative has garnered support from both MLB and the players themselves, despite facing some opposition from Democratic legislators.

Constangy senior counsel Chris Deubert recently spoke to Mark Brodie, host of Arizona radio station KJZZ's, on the proposed legislation, the collective bargaining agreement between MLB and the Players Association, and the debate over minimum wage exemptions in baseball.

To listen to the full interview, click here.

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