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The United Teachers of Los Angeles planned a  one-day work stoppage  this coming Friday to protest layoffs and class size reductions.

Restraining Order Issued against Teachers' Union Strike

The United Teachers of Los Angeles planned a one-day work stoppage this coming Friday to protest layoffs and class size reductions.

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