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Sean Higgins: Michigan teacher unions want long-term right to rule public schools

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Michigan recently became the 24th state to adopt a right-to-work law, meaning unions there can no longer either force workers to join or pay dues. The practice is dying hard in the state, though. Mike Van Beek, education policy analyst at the conservative Mackinac Center, reports that about 100 school districts completed labor contracts between the new law's passage and its March 28 effective...

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