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An examination of the political events and labor relations that have resulted in restrictions on the scope of public sector collective bargaining and union representation. The pertinent legislation and its likely consequences are discussed.

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Arbitrator Hoh examines public sector interest arbitration laws, procedures and methodologies in Iowa, which features a final offer procedure on individual issues, and their implications for the Employee Free Choice Act.

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Professor Kochen describes how currently labor laws have failed, explains how the Employee Free Choice Act could function in practice, and describes how the Act might support economic revitalization and broad-based prosperity.

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The author discusses current issues in interest arbitration, including the allocation of increasing health insurance costs, comparability criteria, retiree benefits, he use of med-arb, and the interest arbitration criteria that may pertain under the Employee Free Choice Act, should it become law.

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Rich Trumka describes the impact of the corporate bankruptcies on employees and, specifically, Section 1113 of the Bankruptcy Code, and calls for an overhaul of the Code.

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