Minnesota Grad Students Reject Unionization

March 27, 2012

University of Minnesota graduate student workers have voted against unionization, The Star-Tribune  reported. About 62 percent of graduate assistants opposed forming a union, according to results announced Monday, with two-thirds of 4,400 eligible students voting. This was the fourth failed attempt since 1990 to unionize graduate workers. University administrators said they were pleased with the results.


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