Car wash owners are suing the city over a law that they say pressures them to create a unionized workforce. The measure requires non-unionized car washes to post a $150,000 surety bond in order to get a license while unionized establishments need only $30,000 bonds. “The city is trying to put its thumb on the scale to force you to unionize, and that’s not allowed,” said Michael Cardozo, attorney representing the car wash owners.

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