Nina Gapshis of Progress Printing said Friday the Bridgeport printer was busy doing a run of 20,000 to 30,000 strike signs for the CTU. The last time Progress Printing had such an order from the CTU, a long-time client, was in 1987, when teachers waged a 19-day strike, Gapshis said. According to the CTU news release, the union must “prepare its members for the worst” so it ordered the printing of “on strike’’ signs.
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