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Indiana Union Claims Right-to-Work Laws Violate Union Speech

U.S. Vet Wrote: Apr 11, 2012 4:42 PM
I worked at Boeing and our Union was the smallest number of Employees,Boeing had 143,000 employees and Union members made up for 24,000 of that. Boeing like GM,Ford had more Management, Salaried,and above than Union Jobs. Boeing had 98 President & Vice Presidents making a Million plus so the cost of products weather it be Aircraft or Cars would be influenced more by Overhead or Non valued add Salaried Jobs than any union paid Jobs. When McDonnell Douglas was sold it like GM or Ford where Laden with high paying Jobs that built no value into the Product,Douglas had 160,000 employees with more than 135,000 of those where non union Salaried Jobs,Management Jobs,Corporate Jobs which cost more money than any union Jobs ever did.
Larry3 Wrote: Apr 11, 2012 7:44 PM
Your skills of argument haven't improved since your last error ridden post.

Attornies for the International Union of Operating Engineers argued in an Indiana Court yesterday that the states right to work laws violate the free speech of unions. Their reasoning? If dues are voluntary, the union could get less money, stifling its ability to pay for political speech. Of course, if everyone who was required to give part of their wages to the union approved of the political message that the union promulgated, then right to work laws wouldn't pose a threat, right?