Federal judge pauses child care union effort
ST. PAUL — An election to unionize some Minnesota child care providers will be delayed.
The National Right to Work Foundation said Thursday evening a federal appeals court stopped implementation of a new state law that would allow child care providers to decide if they want to join a union. The foundation released the information after courts had closed for the day.
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