Minn. Legislature examines child-care union push


ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Republicans who have questioned the legitimacy and rationale for a union election affecting thousands of child-care providers are airing their concerns in a Minnesota House committee hearing.

Home-based child-care providers will decide whether to form a union in a vote overseen by the state Bureau of Mediation Services.

Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton called the election via an executive order he issued last week.

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