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Dayton says he won't recruit Wisconsin businesses

ST. PAUL - Don't look for Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton to take a business-stealing trip to Wisconsin, where Gov. Scott Walker on Monday signed a law that forbids unions from charging workers who are

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ST. PAUL - Don't look for Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton to take a business-stealing trip to Wisconsin, where Gov. Scott Walker on Monday signed a law that forbids unions from charging workers who are not union members.

While many businesses support the so-called right to work law, others in Wisconsin said they have a good relationship with unions that the new law may harm. Some in Wisconsin say the businesses may look to move out of state.

Dayton said he will not recruit businesses in Wisconsin. However, he added, he is available if a business leader wants to talk to him about relocating.

"We're doing a lot better than Wisconsin," Dayton said, citing a number of national publications that recently have run stories with that angle.

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