The city of Pittsburgh is continuing its battle at the Pennsylvania Supreme Court over two laws that could affect local workers, but that lower courts have so far blocked.

One of the laws would require businesses to offer paid sick time to employees, and the other would place new training requirements on security officers in many of the city’s buildings.

Pittsburgh City Councilmember Corey O’Connor announced at a media conference Thursday that more than 50 supporters submitted a brief in support of the city with the state’s high court. Until now, lower courts have ruled that state law bars the city from imposing the regulations at issue on private businesses.

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