MN Senate Votes to Allow In Home Daycares To Form Unions
St. Paul, MN -
After an all night debate, the Minnesota Senate has passed a bill allowing home child-care workers in Minnesota to form a union. Debate began yesterday afternoon and the Senate finally voted just after 8 this morning. The bill passed on a vote of 35 to 32, with four majority Democrats voting with Republicans against it. The bill heads to the House, where the earliest it could get a vote is Saturday.