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Gov. Bill Haslam has made it tough for graduating high school seniors in Tennessee to find an excuse not to further their education.
As furious union members vowed to carry their fight into the next election cycle, lawmakers pushed through historic right-to-work legislation Tuesday — making this bastion of industrial labor strength the 24th state and the second in the Rust Belt to adopt right-to-work laws for public- and private-sector unions.