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Union Mob Hogs All the Seats in “Public” Negotiation Session

Pete702 Wrote: Sep 21, 2012 10:14 AM
My brother wanted to publish the salaries of the teachers (without names to protect privacy) when he was a school board member. The rest of the board didn't have the guts to do it. When the teachers found out, they settled prior to the publication. Even the threat woirked quite well.
More and more school districts are holding union contract negotiations in full view of the public.

That positive development allows taxpayers - those people footing the bill for the giveaways authorized by the board - to learn where their money goes and why. By witnessing the process they can form their own opinions, free of the media filter and union spin.

The unions have never liked this idea, and apparently have found a way to get around it: Arrange to have union members and supporters take all the seats reserved for the public. That will leave John...