Steve276 Wrote:
Oct 28, 2012 5:36 PM
Too late George. The best we can hope for is to require binding arbitration, versus the ability to strike. The Super Court would never uphold eliminating public sector unions. We cannot hope to accomplish anything by shutting the barn doors after the cows have gone out. Public sector unions are the reason our local, state and Federal governments are going broke, but we can only try to make the future of public sector collectlive bargaining more in line with the expectations of taxpayers if taxpayers hold their government executives involved in the process, to be more responsible. Public empoylees should NOT have the right to strike. To do so, is not against their employing government entity, it is against the public itself....