Florida may become a new union-reform battleground after a lawsuit by the Florida teachers union fighting the 3 percent pension contribution required by a new law. There's a growing judicial retention issue there, also, which could turn the legal fight into a political battle. Stay tuned, as reform spreads across the country. The politics and the weather may differ, but the fundamental issues are the same.
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