By Andrew Pillow
Presumptive Democratic nominee, Hillary Clinton, addressed the National Education Association on Tuesday. Clinton told the NEA that they would have an ally in the white house.
The speech was very pro-union, and essentially included a promise to defend collective bargaining rights.
It is worth noting that Clinton was booed for a bit. Many theorized the boos were more of a protest of Obama’s pro Ed-reform platforms… of which Clinton would be directly connected as a former member of his cabinet.
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