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One bill, would force local governments to give time off to union shop stewards, though the unions would have to reimburse government agencies for the time off.
One of the bills would require local governments to grant time off to union shop stewards.
An article on May 29 about women running in competitive Democratic primaries misstated the first name of a union shop steward at Harvard Law School.
Critics and admirers alike said his advocacy was largely responsible for the fact that Kentucky — unlike other Southern states — did not have a right-to-work law, which allows employees to work in union shops without joining a union.
The first-hand lessons learned, including about union shops, was far more important than even that low wage.
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