Hodges Talks Jamar Clark, Working Families Agenda & What’s In Store For 2016 After a tumultuous year in Minneapolis, Mayor Betsy Hodges spoke with WCCO-TV’s Esme Murphy about 2015 and what’s in store for the city in the coming year.
Rep. Ellison Tours Small Businesses In Push For Paid Sick TimeRep. Keith Ellison led a walking tour in Minneapolis to show his support for small businesses and their employees, as workers and business owners push for a city-wide earned sick and fair scheduling ordinance.
Twin Cities Religious Leaders Stand Up For Working Families AgendaReligious leaders across the Twin Cities joined the fight for worker's rights Thursday afternoon. A group of activist ministers, rabbis and pastors called "Isaiah" is pushing for the city to pass a new law, the Working Families Agenda.
Minneapolis Businesses Fight Back On Working Families AgendaThe push back could be felt in Minneapolis City Hall on Mayor Betsy Hodges' controversial Working Families Agenda. On Friday, about 75 business owners packed into a conference room to explain why the proposed ordinance is a bad idea and would hurt small business.
Hodges Says Working Families Agenda Won’t Focus On SchedulingMayor Betsy Hodges announced Wednesday that the controversial Working Families Agenda will not currently seek to change how Minneapolis businesses schedule their employees.
Businesses, Workers Voice Concerns Over Working Families AgendaA controversial proposal in Minneapolis that would change the way workers are scheduled is getting some opposition.