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Over at Turnmaineblue Gerald is doing a great job of covering the Employee Free Choice Act and labor isuses. I don’t have the time or the skills to do the reporting they do over there and I hope I am only putting up “fair use” parts of the articles. I felt that I had to do this because it is what I would write if I could. Here is the beginning of two articles with links for the rest.
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More GOP hogwash about unions

by: Gerald Weinand

Fri Feb 20, 2009 at 12:50:40 PM EST

There is more anti-union hogwash from Republicans, and this time it’s Michael Steele, chair of the RNC that gets into the act. (Go to TMB for a link to the RNC’s website)
Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairman Michael Steele today released the following statement concerning the executive order quietly signed by President Barack Obama on Friday ordering the use of union labor for federal construction projects:
Raise your blood pressure and read the rest


PPH editorial repeats the industry

lie about the EFCA

by: Gerald Weinand

Fri Feb 20, 2009 at 08:32:40 AM EST

This morning’s Portland Press Herald has this (link at TMB) editorial that repeats the well established lie used by opponents of the Employee Free Choice Act (EFCA):
Taking away the right of workers to vote in secret on whether to have a union is fundamentally unfair.

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February 21st, 2009 Posted by narsbars | MSEA, MSEA-SEIU, MSEASEIU, SEIU 1989, STATE EMPLOYEES, State lay offs, Thomas Maher, turnmaineblue | no comments

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