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    Re: Supreme Court says public sector union of home care workers can't force nonmember

    Quote Originally Posted by rabbitcaebannog View Post
    No, the workers had voted to have collective bargaining rights. Pam Harris doesn't speak for the majority.
    You're right she is an individual who can speak for herself -- she is no collectivist clown like most union members are.

    She has the right to go tell the union to **** off and if they don't like that then who ****ing cares????

    The ****ing audacity of the union trying to charge her union dues is CRIMINAL....

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    Re: Supreme Court says public sector union of home care workers can't force nonmember

    Quote Originally Posted by rabbitcaebannog View Post
    Care to point out where I lied?
    Claiming that homecare workers are state employees, that these family members get some benefit as "employees" and that this isn't just a bald faced theft by politicians to empower and enrich unions they are beholden too.
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    Re: Supreme Court says public sector union of home care workers can't force nonmember

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Nick View Post
    You're right she is an individual who can speak for herself -- she is no collectivist clown like most union members are.

    She has the right to go tell the union to **** off and if they don't like that then who ****ing cares????

    The ****ing audacity of the union trying to charge her union dues is CRIMINAL....
    Any person that receives benefits in wages through collective bargaining should at the very least pay for that privilege, otherwise she gets higher wages off the back of someone else who will probably need to pay more to make up for that loss in funding. Unless, these people are willing to revoke any wage gains made through collective bargaining.

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    Re: Supreme Court says public sector union of home care workers can't force nonmember

    Quote Originally Posted by MrVicchio View Post
    Claiming that homecate workers are state employees
    They get paid through the state.

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    Re: Supreme Court says public sector union of home care workers can't force nonmember

    Quote Originally Posted by rabbitcaebannog View Post
    Snip- Public sector unions could radically change this week - The Washington Post
    That unit includes Pamela Harris. She gets paid to take care of her developmentally disabled son, and led the opposition to the SEIU when her program's workers voted in 2009. Now, instead of getting paid a flat rate decided on by a collective bargaining agreement, those home care workers negotiate directly with the Medicaid recipient, who receives a certain amount of money that can be used for various types of treatment.
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    Re: Supreme Court says public sector union of home care workers can't force nonmember

    Quote Originally Posted by apdst View Post
    A blog is the best you can do?
    Why can't I use this blog? As long as we have the facts, that is all that counts.

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    Re: Supreme Court says public sector union of home care workers can't force nonmember

    Quote Originally Posted by rabbitcaebannog View Post
    Any person that receives benefits in wages through collective bargaining should at the very least pay for that privilege, otherwise she gets higher wages off the back of someone else who will probably need to pay more to make up for that loss in funding. Unless, these people are willing to revoke any wage gains made through collective bargaining.
    No, that is wrong - it's criminal............

    There are plenty of trades that "set the stage for wage" that aren't union......

    Besides your argument is speculation at best...

    There needs to be a criminal investigation here, because what I read sounds like extortion mafia style.... A ****ing shake down.

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    Re: Supreme Court says public sector union of home care workers can't force nonmember

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Nick View Post
    No, that is wrong - it's criminal............

    There are plenty of trades that "set the stage for wage" that aren't union......

    Besides your argument is speculation at best...

    There needs to be a criminal investigation here, because what I read sounds like extortion mafia style.... A ****ing shake down.
    Pure paranoia

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    Re: Supreme Court says public sector union of home care workers can't force nonmember

    Quote Originally Posted by rabbitcaebannog View Post
    Pure paranoia
    Yeah, OK.... Typical progressive answer....

    Maybe you can call me racist next???

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    Re: Supreme Court says public sector union of home care workers can't force nonmember

    Quote Originally Posted by Papa bull View Post
    Supreme Court says public sector union of home care workers can't force nonmembers to pay fees.



    This is a win for constitutional rights but a big setback for unions. It looks like "fair share fees" are, by their very nature, unconstitutional.

    Supreme Court: Home health-care workers can

    This is great news.People shouldn't be forced to pay dues to a group they are not a part of.If an employer chooses to give what ever benefits he gives to union members to non-union members it is the employer's business not the union's.
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