Care workers raises in Minn. House health budget
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota's nursing home and long-term care workers would get small salary increases in a health spending bill up in the Minnesota House.
The raises are 3 percent for nursing home workers and 2 percent for long-term care workers. The Democratic-sponsored, $5 billion health and human services budget is on the House floor Monday.
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