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Blatant Union Greed:Chicago Teachers Set Strike Date Oct 11

Submitted by Michael Shedlock via MishTalk.com, Chicago teachers have a 13% raise (over four years) offer on the table, but that is not enough. They set a strike date of October 11 because the city wants the union to contribute more than 2% for their underfunded pensions, among the worst funded pensions in the nation. The Chicago public school system is bankrupt. Its bonds are deep in junk status.
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