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Meetings set to explain public union recertification
by Bob Dvorsky, State Senator · Op-Ed · September 07, 2017


Iowa had a bipartisan collective bargaining law that worked well for more than 40 years. Originally passed to stop strikes, it ensured Iowans, employees and public employers collaborated on mutually agreeable solutions in the workplace.

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