Judge temporarily blocks pay cut for personal care aides

The Legislature approved a 20 percent pay cut for attendants who help disabled or elderly Minnesotans live on their own. But home care agencies are suing to stop the cuts. The judge's ruling puts the pay cut on hold while the suit is pending.
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The Legislature approved a 20 percent pay cut for attendants who help disabled or elderly Minnesotans live on their own. But home care agencies are suing to stop the cuts. The judge's ruling puts the pay cut on hold while the suit is pending.

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