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The drama that’s been playing out for a couple weeks in Wisconsin over public sector unions has moved to Ohio, and it’s almost certain that the issue of public unions isn’t going away. While union membership has been declining for years in private business, that hasn’t been the case with public unions; in 2009, for the first time in this country’s history, a majority of unionized workers were in government jobs rather than private ones. And the percentages are even more striking: while only 7 percent of private workers are unionized, 36 percent of government workers belong to a labor organization.

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