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11-18-2012, 10:42 PM
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thinkwild
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It just doesnt feel right somehow. Protecting the rights of workers not to have to sign contracts saying they wont join a union, or preventing judges from legislating against workers collectively organizing seems like it was done to protect the workers rights on whether or not to collectively organize. And if the players wish to decertify their union, that seems like the same right the nlga was trying to uphold. Not removing anti-trust remedies from non-unionized employees.

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