Doc Freeman Wrote:
Jul 11, 2012 11:19 AM
Unions got special status as nonprofit. When you consider how many assets each union has and how much money they spend on getting their candidate elected I do not see how they can be considered nonprofit. To me any organization that has over $100,000 in assets should not be considered nonprofit. This nonprofit status should be changed. Short List of Union Members and Assets 2010. I cannot find 2011 yet. Union: Service Employees International Union Assets: $187 million Union: National Education Association Assets: $216 million Union: United Food & Commercial Workers Assets: $157 million Union: International Brotherhood of Teamsters Assets: $175 million Union: American Federation of State, County & Municipal Employees Assets: $97 million U