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Arizona judge deals blow to government employee unions

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An Arizona Superior Court judge ruled that members of a Phoenix law enforcement officers union could not conduct union business while also on the job. The ruling could end, at least in the state, a common practice by organized labor officials that essentially amounts to them getting taxpayer money to run their unions. In a ruling released Wednesday, Judge Katherine Cooper said that allowing the...

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