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Reply #17: I don't know about MSNBC but this was on Labor Notes today: [View All]

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Starry Messenger Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Feb-22-11 06:47 PM
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17. I don't know about MSNBC but this was on Labor Notes today:


http://www.labornotes.org/2011/02/shock-and-law-politic...

"Shock and Law: Politicians Push Anti-Worker Bills
Mark Brenner
| February 22, 2011


Labors 2011 political battles dont end at the Beltway. Anti-union forces are pushing bills and ballot measures to limit workers rights and curb union power from Maine to Hawaii.

Theyre gunning not just for public employees but for workers across the board. Legislators are debating proposals to ban collective bargaining for public employees, prohibit workers from choosing union representation through card check, and much more. In Missouri a senator even proposed repealing the states child labor law."

Hopefully that might help.
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