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The Big Labor aroma in Tacoma

by News on September 22, 2011

in State and Local, Union Politics and Transparency

By Michelle Malkin/

If you live in the Pacific Northwest, you’re familiar with the “aroma in Tacoma” — that infamous odor caused by the pulp mills and cow manure.

Well, there’s a different kind of aroma overtaking the city. It’s the stench of Big Labor intransigence as the public teachers’ union defies a court order to end its school strike. They’re on day six of job abandonment. For the children!


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