The West Marin Pharmacy settled claims last month from three former employees who alleged they had not been paid enough for breaks and overtime—but that agreement was rescinded late Wednesday, according to the plaintiffs’ lawyer. As reported by the Marin Independent Journal this week, the state Labor Commission ruled that the workers should receive over $40,000 combined . . .

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