ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — A new union that has already negotiated benefits and working conditions for thousands of Minnesota personal care attendants came under new pressure Wednesday as federal appeals judges heard a pair of cases aimed at disbanding the labor unit. In back-to-back hearings on separate lawsuits with the same goal, two 8th ...
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