Big Labor Bosses Spent $1.8 Billion in 2020 Election, Demand End to Right to Work
source: National Institute for Labor Relations Research (NILRR.org) According to a new report by the National Institute…
From the Associate Press‘ Mike Baker:
A federal judge is ordering union protesters to halt illegal activity as they battle for the right to work at a new grain terminal in Washington state.
U.S. District Judge Ronald Leighton says he feels like a paper tiger because the union clearly ignored a temporary restraining order he issued last week with similar limits. He now wants to hold a hearing to determine whether the union should be held in civil contempt. Leighton says he fears someone is going to be seriously hurt.
Roughly $200 billion of this Big Labor bailout scheme will go to overwhelmingly unionized government schools. Read more here.
“Despite that finding,” continued the April 11 Globe report, “Rose kept his badge, remained on patrol for another 21 years, and rose to power” in the BPPA union.