Brenda Battle Jordan Was In Lansing Mi To Meet With Gov. Rick Snyder About Right To Work   





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Published on Dec 9, 2012

Subject: Right To Work.

Our proposal is not anti- union labor , Freedom does not change the worker's right to stay in the union and pay union dues and P A C money if that serves their interests,This is the time to make Michigan a Right To Work State , as a school board member, Vp and Dean of the Board of Ed. i have taken this personally , in the local News and online , the labor union was good back in the day, my dad was a union man, however it has lost it's way i have seen the way the pie is cut , and it's not for the students , it serve the left-wing extremist by funding views it's members may not share, make union membership optional, it is a civil right it's contrary to freedom to have to un-willingly pay or be responsible to a third party in order to have or hold a job, Michigan has seen the greatest loss of gross domestic product of any state in the nation , two-thirds of all Right To Work states ( 14- of 22 ) have higher per capita in come than in Michigan, The difference is clear cost of living in most Right To Work states is lower ,Workers in Right To Work states have more disposable income , forced union states have more then twice as many people per capita on govt. welfare,,,
Thursday, Gov. Snyder expressed his support for making Michigan a Right to Work state.

I was in that meeting with Governor Snyder, Senate Majority leader Randy Richardville , State Rep Mike Shirkey and others ,when the Governor said " The Legislation will protect workers from being required to join and pay dues to a labor union as a condition of getting or keeping a job, it will protect collective bargaining, It's about fairness in the workplace.

A few hours later both the House and the Senate brought bills up for a vote, House Bill 4054 was passed by the House by a vote of 58-52 and would create Right to Work for private sector employees. Later, House Bill 4003 was passed by the Senate by a vote of 22-2 (all Democrats abstained from voting) and would create Right to Work for public sector employees. freedom to choose whether or not to join the union, we will have more new business coming to Michigan after Freedom to Work is a done deal, on Dec 11 2012 from 10am -5pm round 3 Tuesday the Right to Work legislation is on the agenda for a vote the unions are already organizing with plans to bus in thousands of their members to the Michigan Capitol they want to bully our Lawmakers into standing down the A F P and others are planning to again stand and support our legislators the union will be out 10,000 on Tues. and they are looking for a fight if you are going please be careful if you have a video camera bring it, they will try intimidation and draw you into a confrontation, the unions will likely out number us please be careful, Brenda Battle Jordan


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