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Supreme Court hears dispute over labor organizing tactic

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The Supreme Court on Wednesday questioned whether changes are needed in a decades-old labor law that governs bargaining agreements between private-sector unions and employers. In a case that has broad ramifications on how unions organize, the justices heard oral arguments on whether the 1935 National Labor Relations Act allows for "neutrality agreements," in which an employer promises not to...

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