Why Public Sector Unionism Is a Bad Deal forTaxpayers and Representative Government

January 6, 2010 18:12

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Rates of unionization in the United States are at historic lows and are unlikely to rebound.
However, there is one sector in which organized labor is growing in strength: government.
This has severe implications for the future of public finances for state and local governments across
the nation, and for the nature of organized labor itself.
High rates of unionization in the public sector have led to very high labor costs in the form
of generous collective bargaining contracts.  FULL STORY

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