Schools Union Nixes Wal-Mart Spending Reimbursement NPR's Martin Kaste reports on a rule implemented by the Washington Education Association that it will no longer reimburse school employees for purchases made at Wal-Mart, the nation's largest retail chain. Foes of the union say it is putting politics ahead of kids -- but some teachers say they're taking a stand against a company that's bad for public schools.
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Schools Union Nixes Wal-Mart Spending Reimbursement

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Schools Union Nixes Wal-Mart Spending Reimbursement

Schools Union Nixes Wal-Mart Spending Reimbursement

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NPR's Martin Kaste reports on a rule implemented by the Washington Education Association that it will no longer reimburse school employees for purchases made at Wal-Mart, the nation's largest retail chain. Foes of the union say it is putting politics ahead of kids — but some teachers say they're taking a stand against a company that's bad for public schools.

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