Minnesota legislative panel rejects state employee contracts
ST. PAUL (AP) — Republicans on a legislative panel rejected new union contracts for more than 27,000 Minnesota state employees on Thursday, drawing chants of “shame on you” from dozens of state workers and raising a potent issue ahead of November’s legislative elections.
The Subcommittee on Employee Relations voted 6-4 along party lines to disapprove the contracts for the two largest state worker unions.
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