Minnesota State Workers Union Wins Pay Increase

(St. Paul, MN) — The Minnesota Association of Professional Employees have won their largest pay increase in three decades. As part of a tentative agreement reached on Monday, Minnesota Management and Budget agreed to give the union workers a five-and-a-half-percent pay raise in year one. The contract also includes a four-and-a-half-percent pay increase in year two. The deal also includes new health care benefits, including mental health care and fertility treatments for state workers. Minnesota Management and Budget has not yet ratified the deal.

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