Reports: Teachers union has votes for strike
CHICAGO (AP) — The Chicago Teachers Union is set to announce it has more than enough votes to authorize a teachers strike, according to local news reports.
The Chicago Tribune and NBC 5 Chicago were reporting late Sunday that union officials said after counting ballots over the weekend that more than enough teachers voted to approve a strike.
The Tribune says union Vice President Jesse Sharkey confirmed that more than the needed 75 percent of teachers authorized the move.
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