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Federal Appeals Court Hears Arguments In Case Against Illinois Union

A federal appeals court in Chicago heard arguments Wednesday in a case pitting an Illinois state employee against AFSCME, the union that represents government workers. WBEZ’s Claire Donnelly reports.

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A federal appeals court in Chicago heard arguments Wednesday in a case pitting an Illinois state employee against AFSCME, the union that represents government workers. WBEZ’s Claire Donnelly reports.

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