In October, California’s secretary of state signaled that
proponents of a new anti-union initiative could start soliciting signatures to
place it on the ballot in 2022. Were it to succeed, the measure would
functionally dismantle public-sector unions in California. Taking the form of
an amendment to the state constitution, the initiative “eliminates collective
bargaining for teachers, police officers, nurses, firefighters, and other
public employees,” according to the attorney general’s summary....
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