Twin Cities janitors continue strike | KSTP.com

Twin Cities janitors continue strike

Updated: February 28, 2020 07:11 PM

A strike by Twin Cities janitors continued Friday.

The group picketed at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport Friday morning over what they called "unfair labor practice."

The strike began Thursday when 4,000 workers walked off their jobs and rallied in downtown Minneapolis.

Twin Cities janitors planning to strike next week over wages, sick time

After months of "failed negotiating," the group said the strike was necessary until they get better wages and more sick days.

The janitors are contracted to clean dozens of buildings in Minneapolis and St. Paul.

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