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Watch your mouth, Minneapolis! City ranks No. 7 for swearing at work

A new survey that polled hiring managers and workers on whether they swear at work found that 50 percent use profanity on the job in Minneapolis. Only six cities curse a bluer streak, including the most foul-mouthed of all: Washington, Denver and Chicago. Even New York at No. 9 is more polite than Minneapolis, according to the survey.

Pro-union TV ads blast 'right to work' legislation

Leaders in the AFL-CIO, which produced the ad that starts airing Tuesday, says the bill is "a power grab" meant to weaken collective bargaining. Union members worry it would ultimately lead to less compensation for middle-class families, but Republican legislators behind the bill say it would attract new business and create jobs.

Union workers pack Capitol as 'right to work' proposal goes to Senate committee

Union members by the hundreds filed into the state Capitol on Monday morning as a group of Senate lawmakers discussed a proposed constitutional amendment that would make it harder for unions to organize. Critics of the bill say it would lower wages and cut benefits for middle-class families. Supporters say it would help businesses create new jobs.