Today in the Daily Planet


“Union says security firm is intimidating employees”:
By Steve Share, Minneapolis Labor Review
SEIU Local 26 has called on Hannon Security, the metro area’s largest nonunion security company, to quit tampering with its officers’ attempts to organize

“Commission looks to end homelessness”:
By Vadim Lavrusik, The Minnesota Daily
Ten years from now, everyone in Hennepin County may have a place to call home

“St. Paul schools referendum raises questions”:
By Lisa Steinmann, Park Bugle
On November 7, in addition to state offices, St. Paul residents will vote on a request from the St. Paul School District to renew its 2002 levy, which would raise $13.5 million over the next six years

“Company will launch Minnesota’s first African business directory”:
By Julia N. Opoti, Mshale
Responding to the proliferation of African immigrants in recent years, a Twin Cities marketing firm plans to launch the state’s first comprehensive directory of African businesses

“Charter school offers a path to immigrant students”:
By Gabriel Rios, La Prensa de Minnesota
Lighthouse Academy of Nations uses an intensive English immersion approach to help immigrant students follow their dreams