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I’ve never belonged to a union and have never been a major supporter of unions. However, the recent action of the lame duck Michigan Republican-controlled legislature to introduce and pass in one day a bill to defund unions is despicable and speaks volumes of the hypocrisy and duplicity of Republicans.
One of the shameful hallmarks of a dictatorship is the restriction of movement -- telling citizens or groups they cannot travel or relocate freely.
Our Republican state legislators are not-so-skilled illusionists. That's the only way to describe this year's circus that we call the legislative session.
“If the Grand Obstinate Party is ever going to win any elections in 2014 or 2016 they need to do three things: Schedule a few sessions with Dr. Phil, privatize elections nationwide and have Koch Industries count the ballots, and, above all, don’t use pollsters that gerrymander. Republicans should know that’s the best way to get the worst information.”
Republican lawmaker wants to prohibit Arizona from accepting federal funds for construction projects requiring a preference for union labor, but a union leader says the measure would prohibit a practice that doesn’t exist.
As Wisconsin teachers and other public union workers take on Republican Gov. Scott Walker and his plans to end collective bargaining, Arizona teachers wonder: Could there be an impact here?
A strike was averted, but the fallout from last month's threatened walkout by unionized workers at Arizona Fry's and Safeway stores continues.
Workers everywhere are patiently waiting for the economy to turn around, and hoping they can hang on and stay afloat until then. Labor Day presents an opportunity for workers to reflect on how they're managing in the current downturn.
When class begins in Mesa schools on Aug. 11, teachers will be in their classrooms for the first time in more than two decades working under an employment agreement many of them do not approve of.