Some school leaders across Wisconsin are working to preserve district-union relationships amid ongoing protests over a bill to curb teachers' collective-bargaining rights. Both administrators and union leaders say the collective-bargaining rules have traditionally resulted in positive outcomes for both sides and they are concerned about what might replace the process. "I'm really worried," Rick Hill, a local union president said. "It's the Wild West if you've taken away all sense of what's reasonable, of how you work through things."
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