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Thu Mar 5, 2015, 12:15 AM

Ever Heard of "Right-to-Work"?




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Reply Ever Heard of "Right-to-Work"? (Original post)
Omaha Steve Mar 2015 OP
RufusTFirefly Mar 2015 #1
ibewlu606 Mar 2015 #2
Dustlawyer Mar 2015 #3
KPN Mar 2015 #5
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libodem Mar 2015 #4
maddiemom Mar 2015 #6

Response to Omaha Steve (Original post)

Thu Mar 5, 2015, 01:03 AM

1. I'm not in Missouri, but I still give this a big thumbs up. (As well as a K & R) n/t

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Response to Omaha Steve (Original post)

Thu Mar 5, 2015, 10:01 AM

2. Kicked

 

I live in Florida which was the first right to work state in America, so I see how it hurts working families everyday.

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Response to Omaha Steve (Original post)

Thu Mar 5, 2015, 10:01 AM

3. And it didn't even mention about no protections for being fired, other than the basic Federal

protections all Americans have.

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Response to Dustlawyer (Reply #3)

Thu Mar 5, 2015, 10:28 AM

5. And they left out more likely to join the military.

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Response to Omaha Steve (Original post)

Thu Mar 5, 2015, 10:16 AM

4. .

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Response to Omaha Steve (Original post)

Thu Mar 5, 2015, 02:49 PM

6. Yes! I learned as soon I began to pay attention to adult conversations.

This was in the early fifties, when I was primary school age. My mom was from a very liberal Scandinavian background. Her father had come from a large, successful Norwegian family who split some wheat farms and lumber mills in Saskatchewan, Canada (originally from Minnesota) among their numerous children. My maternal grandfather lost his share in a garage and car dealership during the Depression. My dad's family, German and Austrian immigrants owned and farmed for themselves, a good deal of family-supporting land (not a very big farm) but the background ; many had worked in the mines, is still a bit of a mystery. My Dad dropped out of high school in WWII, but could understand complicated math that made me crazy. He was a PPG glassworker in good union days, but nothing steelworkers

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