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Pressure rises as Minnesota wage talks resume

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ST. PAUL, Minn. — Amid rising labor union pressure, public negotiations resumed Tuesday on efforts to raise Minnesota's nation-trailing minimum wage for the first time in almost a decade. A House-Senate conference committee held an 11-minute hearing, its first public session since early March. The six lawmakers on the panel, all Democrats, looked out over a room packed with public employee...

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