Divisive drive to unionize in-home child care
Published 09/25/2011, Associated Press
A union drive among home-based child care providers has emerged as a sticky political issue in Minnesota, raising divisions among those who make a living caring for 130,000 children and pitting union-friendly Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton against legislative Republicans seeking to curb organized labor.Word count: 763
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