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Representative Keith Ellison provides an easy to understand guide for what to expect when you attend your precinct caucuses. Support your favorite candidate, attend your caucus. 

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The Minnesota AFL-CIO is proud to have scholarships available for Union members and their dependents.  Information is available below regarding the 2016 MN AFL-CIO and Martin Duffy Adult Learner Scholarship application forms.  The MN AFL-CIO Scholarship is awarded to five recipients in 2016 to graduating high school seniors who are Union members or dependents of Union members.

Online applications will be accepted from any student who has graduated from high school, will be graduating in the spring of 2016, or has received their GED.  This year, the application will be available from January 20-April 16, 2016 and at least six scholarships worth up to $8000 will be awarded over a 4-year period.  Click on the links below for further information or click here to go directly to the UFCW scholarship page.

From startribune.com, 2/3/16:  When St. Paul City Council Member Rebecca Noecker got a call on Monday that her son was sick at day care, she had to worry about missing meetings and postponing calls — but she didn’t have to think about going a day without pay.  “The fact of the matter is, I’m white and I’m middle class, so I’m really, really lucky,” Noecker said at a news conference Wednesday. Many of the city’s residents who most need paid sick time cannot get it, she said.  That may change next year.  The St.

From cincinnati.com (part of the USA Today network), 2/3/16:  Cincinnati became the first city in Ohio to pass an ordinance to improve enforcement of existing wage laws.  Members of city council voted 7-2 Wednesday to pass the ordinance. Under the measure, if the city or another agency determines a company has committed wage theft, city officials would be able to have the money returned and the company would be barred from doing business with the city.  Against it: Council’s two Republican members, Amy Murray and Charlie Winburn.

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