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Hundreds of Twin Cities-area janitors, security guards, airport service workers, and retail cleaning workers gathered at St. Paul Central High School on Saturday for the SEIU Local 26’s Contract Convention to address upcoming contract negotiations.
After only about nine months since its conception, Minnesota’s first retractable roof restaurant is on the cusp of opening to the public.
But can a state really secede from the United States?
The people behind Crave, Urban Eatery and the new Figlio have another concept coming to downtown Minneapolis. The corner of Hennepin Avenue and 8th Street will soon be home to a new restaurant that will literally blow the roof off Minnesota dining.
Wisconsin school and government employee unions on Monday were considering whether to seek new contract talks after a state court threw out a new law that restricts public workers’ collective bargaining rights.
Wisconsin’s Gov. Scott Walker was in St. Paul Sunday night for a midwest governor’s conference to promote foreign investment, and couldn’t hide from questions about a judge’s decision striking down his law that took away collective bargaining rights of unions.
The Chicago teachers union decided Sunday to continue its weeklong strike, extending an acrimonious standoff with Mayor Rahm Emanuel over teacher evaluations and job security provisions central to the debate over the future of public education across the United States.
You could think of Union’s rooftop as the Maserati convertible of restaurants.
Republican Rep. Chip Cravaack (cruh-VAK’) has picked up the support of a construction workers union as he faces a closely watched re-election fight in northeastern Minnesota.
A federal judge ordered a Twin Cities franchise owner to rehire six workers.
Fifteen months after taking control of Minnesota’s Legislature, Republicans have put a gay marriage ban on this November’s ballot, moved to expand gun rights and cast dozens of votes to cut state spending. But there’s one issue where they failed to get traction: watering down the strength of organized labor with a right-to-work law.
More than a thousand union workers will rally at the State Capitol Tuesday for what appears to be a victory celebration.
Minnesota labor unions are bracing for what could be a national fight over what’s called “right to work.”
American Crystal Sugar Co. has rejected a proposal to end the cooperative’s lengthy lockout of its union employees.