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Florida, Texas, and Georgia [states with low unionization] have made huge highway-funding increases.
In the 1950s, more than one in three private-sector workers belonged to a union; today, unionization is down to 6 percent.
Chavez Prep Principal Kourtney Miller said the school’s board and leadership does not plan to fight the unionization effort.
At Yale, grad students held a unionization vote in February.
For grad students, the timeline for unionization has suddenly plummeted from years to mere months.
And support for unionization is higher at Columbia than at almost any other school: In December, students voted almost 3–1 in favor of forming a union.
While common at public universities, unionization efforts have been spreading at private universities among part-time and nontenured faculty.
The issue of player's medical needs was a focal point of Northwestern player efforts led by quarterback Kain Colter to attempt unionization in 2014.
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