Nonprofits fighting for a $15 an hour minimum wage will take their message to the street on Monday afternoon.

They will gather at 1 p.m. outside Wendy's on 421 West Broadway for a rally, then march down West Broadway to call out big businesses keeping people in poverty and launch the next phase of a campaign for a $15 minimum wage through an ordinance.

The restaurant is just off the I-94 and West Broadway interchange.

Motorists can expect some delays in the area during the event put on by CTUL, Neighborhoods Organizing for Change, 15 Now Minnesota, ISAIAH, and the Minnesota Nurses Association.

The rally comes after the Minnesota Supreme Court ruled that a ballot question to raise the minimum wage wasn't appropriate.

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