Alaska city unions aim for repeal of labor ordinance

Union leaders in Anchorage, Alaska, have launched an effort to repeal an ordinance passed by the City Council last month. The ordinance, which rewrites the city's labor law, eliminates eight unions' right to strike, prohibits performance bonuses and incentives in future contracts, curbs annual raises and establishes an outsourcing system.

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