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Montgomery County union raises might give teachers leverage

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The Montgomery County teachers union is hoping a tentative deal giving members of the county's employees union a 13.5 percent raise will mean more leverage for them in their negotiations. Tom Israel, executive director of the Montgomery County Education Association, which represents more than 12,000 public school teachers and employees, said the proposed contract could mean a better deal for...

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