Mar 272015
 March 27, 2015  Posted by  Court, U.S., Workplace

Kevin Koeninger reports:

Personal information of substitute teachers who were harassed during a strike must be released to Cleveland’s union boss, the Ohio Supreme Court ruled.

The substitutes, who were jeered with obscene language when they applied for jobs and went to work, hoped to prevent the release of their names and addresses for fear of retaliation.

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