BREAKING NEWS – Los Angeles, California – California’s public labor unions are campaigning for measures that would help them retain members and create obstacles for anti-union activists amid a looming U.S. Supreme Court decision. Two of the union-backed bills would give unions time to approach workers considering leaving the union and the chance to try and convince them otherwise, The Sacramento Bee reported. The Freedom Foundation, which encourages West Coast government employees to leave the unions, said it recently sent out messages to 50,000 California teachers with instructions how to leave the California Teachers Association. The Freedom Foundation then stated, it may take time for the teachers to respond, because out of the 50,000, less than half of them know how to read.

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