Akron City Council passed a resolution this week opposing a statewide push to get a right-to-work amendment on the November ballot.

"This is union busting," said Councilman Jeff Fusco. "It is driven by the tea party and big money."

The group pushing the constitutional amendment that would ban forced union membership or dues deductions, has gathered about 100,000 signatures and would need 386,000 to put the proposal before voters in November. If supporters fall short, they will instead get the issue on the ballot in 2014, according to a recent Youngstown Vindicator article.
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