Idaho passes Republican bill to curb union rights

CHICAGO (Reuters) – The Idaho state legislature approved a bill on Tuesday to strip public school teachers of many of their collective bargaining rights while protesters in six states rallied against Republican efforts to curb union power.

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  1. Carl Nemo

    This story almost got by me.

    I’m stoked by this “Five state spark” story about unions confronting “the man”. It’s this type of initial “spark” that can set off major “brush fires of the mind” in terms the usurpers vs. “We the People” regardless of the issues or the end benefit.

    Ture grit must proceed constructive action in all areas of contention…!

    This nation belongs to us; I.E., “We the People” and not to they the elected ‘reps’ of such. / : |

    Carl Nemo **==

  2. m.terry

    Glad to see that sanity is prevailing somewhere. As an individual that chooses to live within my means, I don’t see it as unreasonable expectation that those that serve in an elected post meet the same expectation, as it is my money that they’re spending (or redistributing) through taxation.