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Old 02-22-2011, 04:15 PM
LoftyDog
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In my state, NY, the Taylor Law prevents state workers from striking but are given mediation and binding arbitration instead. I've worked for a union before, and could see how bad it is for businesses. But if you look at how poorly workers were treated before unions were allowed, it's not surprising that they were formed.
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