Public sector unions faulted

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WORCESTER —  More debt, higher interest rates and higher costs are the woes City College of New York professor and conservative think-tank fellow Daniel DiSalvo laid at the door of unionized public employees yesterday in a forum at The Research Bureau.

“I’d say that a strong case can be made that public sector unions distort the labor market, weaken public finances and diminish the quality of public services,” Mr. DiSalvo said.

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