Minn. Childcare Workers Seek To Halt Unionization Law

Law360, New York (August 8, 2013, 6:47 PM EDT) -- A group of Minnesota childcare providers asked a federal judge to bar the implementation of a state law permitting in-home care workers to unionize while they appeal a dismissal of their challenge to the statute, the National Right to Work Foundation announced Wednesday.

The 12 workers challenging the law signed by Gov. Mark Dayton on May 24 — which gives the green light for the roughly 12,700 child care providers who receive state subsidies to vote on whether they want to unionize — lodged an appeal...
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