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WASHINGTON - First, New York. Then, Chicago and St. Louis. And on May 10, Detroit. Fast food workers nationwide, poor, upset and disgusted by the huge contrast between fast food CEOs and rsquo; pay and their minimum-wage no-benefit jobs, are walking out of their restaurants by the scores.
ST. PAUL - After Republicans filibustered through the night and past dawn, the Senate passed landmark legislation Wednesday extending collective bargaining rights to 9,000 family child-care providers and 12,000 home health-care workers.
WASHINGTON - A close reading of the draft comprehensive immigration reform bill, which the Senate Judiciary Committee began to work on starting on May 9, discloses provisions to bring undocumented workers under labor law coverage.
ST. PAUL - On Sunday the Minnesota House of Representatives passed H.F. 1377, the Minnesota Homeowners and rsquo; Bill of Rights, on a bipartisan vote of 123-0. The bill now heads to Governor Mark Dayton and rsquo;s desk for signature. A companion version of the bill passed in the Senate Thursday evening.
ST. PAUL - The Twin City Area Labor Management Council and rsquo;s 12th annual golf tournament will be Monday, June 24.
MINNEAPOLIS - A team of judges made up of union members, educators and labor journalists has awarded seven prices to History Day projects dealing with workplace issues.