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Examiner Editorial: Were home health care workers hoodwinked into Service Employees union?

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Just over a week ago, the Supreme Court heard the case of Harris v. Quinn, in which a group of Illinois home health care workers objected to that state’s decision to make them eligible for unionization. A question related to the case that isn’t getting the attention it deserves is what prompted the state to do this in the first place. Was this in genuine reaction to the workers’ interests? Or...

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