California's public employee unions are backing a pack of bills that might help them hold on to members if the Supreme Court this summer issues a ruling that’s expected to deliver a serious blow to the finances for labor organizations.It’s not the anti-union activists who are violent. Threats, intimidation, and violence are staples of union SOP. Cooper's comment is worthy of Goebbels.
Two of the bills lay out standard guidelines governing how public agencies collect dues from union members. Both give unions time to call workers and try to change the minds of those who want to stop paying dues.
One of the bills would require local governments to grant time off to union shop stewards. It requires the unions to reimburse government agencies, but local government lobbyists still have concerns about it.
Another, Assembly Bill 2970, would prohibit government agencies from publicly disclosing information about new employee orientations.
The bill’s author, Assemblyman Jim Cooper, D-Elk Grove, says he wants to shield public employees from workplace violence, but it’s raising concerns that the proposal is really intended to prevent anti-union activists from distributing information outside gatherings for public employees.
Monday, June 04, 2018
They Don't Like Losing Their "Unearned Privilege"
Labor unions in California are not backing down without a fight: