Tenn. compromise would set limits on collective bargaining

Some Tennessee Republicans have proposed a compromise to a proposal that would have banned collective-bargaining rights for teachers. Under the compromise, teachers would still be allowed to bargain over their salaries and some benefits, but would lose the right to negotiate over job assignments and performance bonuses. Lawmakers also want to make it easier for unions to be dissolved.

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