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Faculty members at the University of Wisconsin at Superior voted 75 to 5 last week to unionize, and will now be represented by a campus chapter of the American Federation of Teachers. The vote is the first on unionization in the university system since a state law last year permitted collective bargaining for faculty members in the University of Wisconsin. The AFT has organizing drives under way throughout the system and a vote is about to take place at the university's Eau Claire campus.
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