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Austin City Council Says Arts Groups Who Get Public Money Must Work With Union Workers Or Lose Funding

“The changes to the city’s cultural services agreement require organizations that take city money or use city property to recognize any labor organization designated via a card-check method and cooperate with it. If not, they could lose funding in future years.”
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