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The White House just gave Congress official notice of its intention to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) — and, already, corporations are trying dictate how NAFTA is rewritten, further padding their pockets at the expense of working families, public health and the environment.

Last week, Republican legislative leadership slipped in bad language into the Judiciary/Public Safety Omnibus Bill, SF803, with no public testimony. This language would slam the door on immigrant Driver’s Licenses. It would prohibit the Commissioner of Public Safety from changing the rule – adopted under Gov. Pawlenty – that stripped the ability of immigrants to obtain driver’s licenses without regard to immigration status.   Speaker Daudt was on the radio over the weekend saying they did this to clean up the REAL ID bill and clear it for passage this week.

Anyone who has ever missed a meal knows negative effects of hunger, but did you know that 1 in 10 Minnesotans is at risk of missing a meal every day?  You can help.  On May 13, 2017, UFCW Local 1189 is partnering with our local letter carriers and Second Harvest Heartland for this year's Stamp Out Hunger food drive.  UFCW local Unions nationwide are participating in one of the country's most monumental and collaborative food drives.  "Our Local Union will be coordinating at two sites - Cub Foods in Oakdale and Cub Foods in Cottage Grove.

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