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From GoLocalProv.com by Paul J. Spetrini, GoLocalProv News Editor:
What should be done when a school department and its local teachers’ union fail to reach a contract agreement?
Should the teachers be allowed to strike? Should they reach out to a mediator to settle their differences? Should they take it to the courts for a judge or jury to decide the issues at hand?
One Rhode Island Representative has a different idea: mandatory binding arbitration. And while it’s not a fresh concept, it is one that appears to have new life and, perhaps, its most momentum in recent years and a greater chance of passing both houses of the General Assembly that ever before.