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Teacher Union Plans to Take Dues Even If You Stop Being a Teacher

If my phone calls and e-mails are any indication, everyone wants to know what public sector unions are planning to do if the U.S. Supreme Court bans agency fees. One thing they won’t do is meekly accept their fate. Last September the Center for the American Experiment got hold of an Education Minnesota membership application … Continue reading "Teacher Union Plans to Take Dues Even If Yo
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