Judge blocks child care union vote

A Ramsey County judge on Monday issued a temporary restraining order to stop the election, which Gov. Dayton authorized last month. The judge said supporters of a union vote should draft a bill and have the Legislature decide the issue.
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A Ramsey County judge on Monday issued a temporary restraining order to stop the election, which Gov. Dayton authorized last month. The judge said supporters of a union vote should draft a bill and have the Legislature decide the issue.

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