Providers for children, elderly, disabled in Minnesota split on union question
“They are so eager to learn,” the woman with a Bemidji child care service said. She could do a better job taking care of children, she told a Senate committee Monday, if she could work closer with other child care providers in a union.
Trish Berger also loves her role as a child care provider. She told senators that many child care providers like her prefer their independence.
“They don’t want to have to be regulated by a union,” the Esko child care provider said.
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