The US 8th Circuit Court of Appeals has slapped slapped an injunction on the daycare union jamdown::
Officials of the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation, which is representing Minnesota providers who oppose unionization, said they received notice late Thursday that their motion for an injunction blocking the law was granted by the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals.
According to lawyers for the group, that means the child-care union election cannot take place until the injunction is lifted. The appeals court said it wants to wait to see if the U.S.Supreme Court decides to hear an appeal on a related case dealing with unionization of home-care workers. That case is called Harris v. Quinn.
Its just a stop in the way – tw battle isn’t nearly over.
But its great news anyway.
Rep. Franson, one of te leaders in the fight against the jam down, released a statement
“While the legal battle over this law is far from over, I’m happy Minnesota moms and dads and their childcare providers can be breath a little easier for now as the threat of forced childcare unionization is no longer imminent.”
The good guys and gals have ha to work themselves to exhaustion against an exceptionally well-funded union push. This ha to feel good.