Oct 27, 2015

Public-Sector Unions Are Losing Their Clout | Freedom's Back

Unions of government workers, including teachers and other public school employees, are notoriously powerful as a political force in Democratic Party politics and at many state capitols. Nowhere was that more true than in Alabama.…

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