MinnPost: Report: Gov. Dayton may call vote for child care union

MinnPost picked up the news about Governor Dayton being on the verge of calling for a vote on the controversial unionization plan that may impact the 11,000+ child care providers in the state. 

From MinnPost:

The conservative Freedom Foundation of Minnesota is reporting that Gov. Mark Dayton is close to calling a vote of child care providers in the state to determine if they want to join a union.

The governor met with opponents of the plan Thursday night, and the foundation, quoting some of those who attended the meeting, says the word is that Dayton "is on the verge of issuing an executive order calling for a vote on the controversial plan."

Be sure the read the rest of the piece on their website, and stay tuned for any further developments.

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