Capitol Chatter: Unionization measure on track for passage
ST. PAUL — An effort to allow child care workers and personal care assistants to join unions appears on the verge of a partisan victory.
Republicans oppose the Democrat-written measure, saying self-employed people such as those two groups should not be unionized. Democrats like the concept because, they say, it would allow the workers to negotiate better deals with the state.
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