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Commissioner Josh Tilsen of the Minnesota Mediation Services Bureau tells a House committee he is following an executive order to administer an election asking day-care providers if they want to organize a union. Pioneer Photo/Don Davis

Meeting sparks more questions than answers

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ST. PAUL -- Questions abound two weeks before some Minnesota in-home day-care providers vote about whether to join unions.

Key among those questions is how many of the 11,000 in-home day-care providers will be allowed to vote. Also unanswered is whether anything the unions negotiate with the state will affect those who are not part of unions.

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