The Unions Go Public 

Discontented city employees make their pay and benefits a federal case.

It is no secret that long-standing relationships between public employees' unions and governmental units are in jeopardy. For much of the spring, national attention was fixated on efforts by Wisconsin state government to disenfranchise teachers' unions. And, here in Tennessee, the abolition…

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