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Federal Court Upholds Wisconsin Law on Unions

kday Wrote: Jan 20, 2013 9:16 AM
I hope you're not holding your breath waiting on the Kenyan Mu-slime terrorist in the WH to do anything except suck up big time to f the labor unions. Obozo owes the slimy unions big-time
FletchforFreedom Wrote: Jan 20, 2013 3:06 PM
A couple of things. Federal unions collectively bargain for their members. The way to get right to work laws past the Dems is to keep pushing the worthwhile until it passes.

It makes no difference whether or not employers are "you know whats". What matters is that employers have no choice but to offer market wgaes, benefits, etc. or else the competitive labor market will penalize those employers and have people work elsewhere.
Don3026 Wrote: Jan 20, 2013 2:37 PM
A couple of things: The fed employees have unions but do not have collective bargaining privileges... the 2nd thing is how will you get right to work past all the DEMs in the Senate & House? Obama won't entertain ANY right-to-work laws.

So while I agree with many of the comments here, there are some problems... plus let's remember that there are some real you know what's, who are employers, who are bosses, in the private sector and the public sector.
jimmylynn Wrote: Jan 20, 2013 9:58 AM
kday,
No, I'm not holding my breath. My point was that even if you pass a federal Right-to-Work law, you also need a President that will not instruct the Dept. of Justice to ignore that law as Obama has done on the Defense of Marriage Act and immigration prosecution.

Those looking for excellent news in the midst of a clearly-souring global economy can find it in Wisconsin.

I am pleased to report Federal appeals court upholds Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker’s restrictions on public unions

A federal appeals court on Friday upheld Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker’s contentious law stripping most public workers of nearly all of their collective bargaining rights in a decision hailed by Republicans but not undoing a state court ruling keeping much of...

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