The Nation

The Mississippi attorney general, Jackson public schools and the state's largest teachers organization agreed to ask a judge to delay a hearing in which he was expected to declare illegal a two-week strike by Mississippi teachers. The three agreed to file a joint motion asking Judge Paul Alexander to continue until next week the Tuesday hearing, in which he was expected to rule that teachers are state employees, subject to anti-strike laws.

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