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Examiner Local Editorial: Why are teachers' strikes legal anywhere?

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The city of Chicago has filed an injunction against the teacher strike that currently has Chicago Public Schools' 350,000 students idling for a second week. Mayor Rahm Emanuel is calling on a judge to declare the strike illegal under the city's collective bargaining laws. He may well prevail due to the technical and legal fine points regarding the conditions under which teachers can strike. But...

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