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Originally posted by PsykoOps
Originally posted by Whereweheaded
let them strike.....all that happened with this legislation is the eradication of a known criminal organization that has done nothing but lie, cheat and extort. Good riddens~
Source for "known criminal organization" please. I keep hearing this but haven't seen the proof.
Originally posted by HaveAnotherOne
reply to post by whaaa
There is no right to bargain for more of the taxpayers money.
Not a single freedom was lost.
Originally posted by jjkenobi
The former union workers will work just like the rest of us. You get judged and paid by your actions, not by some union bylaws. If you're an exceptional worker you'll have no issues. If you're a slacker who hides behind the unions then you'll be unemployed until you learn to work.
She will begin with a brief overview of what a circuit court judge does, and then discuss decision making and the values associated with it--including Jewish values. Temple Beth El and Jewish Social Services of Madison affectionately host and co-sponsor this event. A light brunch follows the lecture.
A lifelong political activist, Jake Sinderbrand got his start as a volunteer doorknocker, and has years of experience training both volunteers and canvassing staff. Jake graduated from Macalester College cum laude with a degree in political science, specializing in American political structures. He has developed his professional political experience serving as a lead field manager with the AFL-CIO and as data manager for the SEIU State Council through the 2008 election cycle. Jake’s expertise in canvass planning and turf strategy helped these organizations to have among the most successful field operations in Minnesota.