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Do Strikes Signal Union Strength?

Power and the West Virginia teachers’ strike


How Friedrichs Saved Public Sector Unions – But Not In the Way You Think

If agency fees were ruled unconstitutional, states that currently have agency fees would not simply readjust to operate more like their right to work counterparts. Rather, all teachers’ unions in all states would suffer – and especially the states that are already operating under unfavorable labor law.

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