Child care providers challenge new state law in federal court
ST. PAUL -- Minnesota child care providers who want nothing to do with a union are taking a new law to federal court.
The law Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton signed Friday allows home-based child care providers who receive state subsidies to care for children to ask for a vote that could lead to joining a union.
“We are not public employees,” St. Michael child care provider Hollee Saville said Wednesday as she and 10 other providers filed the federal case.
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