More than 30,000 teachers in the Los Angeles Unified School District are voting this week whether to authorize a strike.
If enough LAUSD teachers vote "yes," the leaders of their union, United Teachers Los Angeles, would have the power to launch the first teachers strike in LAUSD since 1989. The voting ends Thursday. Roughly a year and a half of contract talks stalled in July. Almost every day since, the already-tattered relationship between UTLA and LAUSD leadership frays a little more.
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