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Most school union members vote to stay organized; couple seeing red over Lemon Law finding; 10 more state stories

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MADISON -- Hundreds of Wisconsin public school unions have decided to stay in business for one more year, even with their very limited bargaining powers.

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Voting ended Thursday for about 400 unions that represent teachers, support staffers, and school office employees.

State officials released the results, and Christina Brey of the state's largest teachers' union said about 90 percent of the groups said yes to re-certifying.

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