Harvard Graduates to Get Hearing on Unionization Status

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From Campus Reform:

The majority of votes of Harvard University students voted against forming a union for teaching and research assistants, but the number of contested ballots is greater than the margin of victory.

The NLRB will be determining the status of the contested ballots and should make a final decision in January. The United Auto Workers unit organizing at Harvard found 1,272 graduate students voted for unionization and 1,456 against, with 314 contested ballots.