The challenge comes after the attorney general's office laid out three options for the governor after a judge issued a temporary restraining order blocking a union election. Politics in Minnesota says none of the options would get the election back on track any time soon.
Minnesota's COVID-19 update for Tuesday, November 30
More than 12,000 newly reported cases.
LUSH in Minneapolis to reopen under new ownership in December
FOX 9's Jason Matheson and two popular performers are among the new owners of the revived bar and restaurant.
Lace up: Indoor skating returns to US Bank Stadium this winter
The venue announced 13 Winter Warm-Up dates for both skaters and runners.
More than 1,500 people are hospitalized with COVID-19 in MN
Minnesota's hospital systems continue to be under tremendous strain.
3 killed in trio of crashes in Minnesota on Monday
The crashes happened in St. Louis, Winona and Carver counties.
Police investigating after large fight caught on video at MSP Airport
People threw punches, broke chairs and tossed stanchions during the incident.
Driver who killed innocent man, dog while drag racing is sentenced
The victim and his dog were struck while trying to cross the street.
Shake Shack's first drive-through to open in Maple Grove next week
The COVID-19 pandemic forced Shake Shack to become more accessible.
Brooklyn Center increases communication ahead of Potter's trial
The former officer is charged in the death of Daunte Wright. Her trial begins Tuesday with jury selection.
Reports: Gophers won't retain offensive coordinator Mike Sanford Jr.
Minnesota's passing attack hasn't been the same under Sanford Jr.
4-year-old girl struck by hit-and-run driver in St. Paul
The girl was struck by the driver around 5 p.m. Monday.
Group of day care providers sues to block union vote
A group of child care providers opposed to an effort to unionize the business are suing. They claim Gov. Dayton overstepped his authority in signing an executive order authorizing child-care workers to vote on whether to form a union.
Dayton orders daycare union vote, Republicans vow challenge
Governor Mark Dayton is calling for a union vote among daycare workers. He’s issuing an executive order paving the way for the vote. State officials say the vote’s results should be tabulated before Christmas. Republican lawmakers say the order exceeds the governor’s power and plan to challenge its legality.
Foes of day care union take fight to federal court
Those who disagree with a move to unionize the state's child care workers will ask a federal judge to rule on Gov. Dayton's executive order authorizing a union vote. Opponents say Dayton's order may violate their First Amendment
Dayton won't keep pushing for child care union vote
The Ramsey County judge who blocked a unionization vote by child care workers ruled that Governor Dayton had exceeded his authority by ordering the vote without involving the Legislature. Dayton says he disagrees with the ruling but has decided against an appeal.
Some day care providers worry union would take away their voice
One child care provider who has joined a lawsuit to block a vote to unionize tells Forum Communications' reporter Don Davis that she worries a union would take over all negotiations with state officials, leaving her with no voice of her own. But union supporters say the move to stop the vote is just a ploy by "cheap-labor conservatives" and that unionization would provide better pay and benefits for workers in the industry.
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