As Minnesotans observe the Labor Day holiday, statistics reveal the number of union members in the state continues to erode. At its peak in 1992, the rate of union membership in Minnesota was at 22 percent. In 2011 it was at 15.1 percent, down from 15.6 percent in 2010.
Mayor Jacob Frey called out at George Floyd protest, gets booed
He was booed by the crowd when he failed to commit to defunding the MPD.