After more than 17 hours of debate, the Senate passed legislation this morning to give the state’s home care and child care workers the opportunity to vote on organizing a union. At the conclusion of the debate, Senate Majority Leader Bakk shared his perspective as a lifelong union member and emphasized the impact labor unions have on Minnesotans’ standard of living.
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The House will be voting on this proposal later this week and many Representatives are still on the fence. Contact your Representative now so they know that you support the right of care workers to vote on organizing a union.