Legislative Notebook: House DFL proposes more nursing home money, but no specifics
ST. PAUL – Many workers who care for Minnesota’s elderly have not seen pay raises for up to six years, but House Democrats promise higher pay is on the way.
“The rates we are paying these providers are so low, most (long-term care facilities) have at least 50 percent turnover rate,” Rep. Tom Huntley, DFL-Duluth, said.
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