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UAW Vice President Cindy Estrada shakes hands with Janine Winters, director of the Office of the State Employer, in a symbolic start to contract negotiations between the state of Michigan and the UAW in Lansing. The talks come amid tension between organized labor and Snyder over his signing of a right-to-work law. (AP Photo/The State Journal, Dave Wasinger )

Big Minnesota state workers union ratifies contract

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ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Two labor unions representing thousands of Minnesota state employees have ratified new contracts that include across-the-board raises but higher health insurance contributions from workers.

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The Minnesota Association of Professional Employees announced Monday that 97 percent of members who voted wanted the deal ratified. MAPE represents nearly 13,000 workers.

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