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How a Michigan teachers union obstructs members trying to quit

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For years, Michigan public school educators did not have a choice. If they wanted to teach, they had to be a member of the Michigan Education Association, or at least pay a fee to it. That changed in March, when the Wolverine State adopted a right-to-work law barring such employment contracts. Teachers could now opt out of the union if they desired. Except that it isn't as easy as saying "I...

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