Personal care assistants urge lawmakers to restore cut pay
Some personal care assistants in Minnesota are urging lawmakers to revoke a new law that cuts their pay by 20 percent.
More than 17,000 Minnesotans with disabilities rely on personal care assistants to help them with everyday tasks like eating and getting dressed. In about a third of the cases, family members are paid to provide this care to their adult relatives.
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