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Dayton’s Executive Order on Unionization of Daycare Providers/ Hearing in House Commerce Committee: Monday, Nov.21 at 10 am


The governor is keeping our part-time legislators very busy during the interim. So far, the governor has not sent a representative to any hearings in the House or Senate; will he send someone this time? Citizens are welcome at the hearing! You can read about the issue here: http://mnfreemarketinstitute.com/2011/11/15/governor-dayton-issues-executive-order-unionization-of-daycare/ MONDAY, November 21, 2011  –  10:00 AM Meeting Time […]

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Governor Dayton Issues Executive Order: Unionization of Daycare Providers (e.g.Small Business Owners)

Governor Mark Dayton

Governor Dayton issued an executive order calling for a vote on unionization of childcare providers today. It will be a mail ballot on Dec. 6th. Only licensed providers who were registered to receive the CCAP subsidy as of Sept. 30, 2011 will be allowed to vote (approx 4,400 providers). The language of the Executive Order […]

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Quick Capitol Update: Forced Unionization of Daycare Owners; Vikings and Federal Grants for Healthcare


Sen Mike Parry and Day Care Unionization Update KSTP Story: http://kstp.com/news/stories/S2371151.shtml?cat=1 Statement: http://www.senate.leg.state.mn.us/members/member_pr_display.php?ls=&id=4175 Vikings Update Dayton Commentary in Star Tribune: http://www.startribune.com/opinion/otherviews/133714878.html FOX 9 follow up with Sen Koch: http://www.myfoxtwincities.com/dpp/sports/Dayton%3A-Get-Serious-on-Vikes-Stadium-nov-13-2011 Sen Hann & Federal Grant Money Article: http://www.startribune.com/politics/statelocal/133503423.html Video: http://www.senate.leg.state.mn.us/media/media_video_popup.php?type=clips&id=499 Interview w/Sen Hann: http://www.senate.leg.state.mn.us/media/index.php?ls=&sid=559 Informational hearing on federal grant money WHO:      Committee Chair, Senator David Hann, Members of Senate HHS Committee WHAT:     […]

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