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Collective Bargaining

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A bill to require cities and counties to engage in collective bargaining with law enforcement, fire, and EMS unions is pending right now in Congress. Nobody knows whether it will pass, but experienced observers give it a chance. This would be a major change for North Carolina. If you are interested in learning more, come think through 10 basic questions with Diane Juffras, Willow Jacobson, and Bob Joyce of the School of Government faculty.

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Diane Juffras joined the School of Government in 2001. Prior to that, she was an attorney in private practice in Connecticut, where she specialized in the areas of employment, health care, and business law and litigation. Juffras received an AB from Dartmouth College and a JD from New York Univer...

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