EMPLOYMENT - An employer signed a tax-abatement agreement with Piqua, Ohio, in order to move its plant from Dayton to Piqua. Workers sued after the employer fired all 66 of the Dayton workers. The 6th Circuit affirmed judgment for the employer, ruling that the workers' claim that the tax-abatement agreement violated the Commerce Clause was moot because the agreement had expired. See ruling.
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