Court Employees Say Unionizing Efforts Led To Firings

A second probate court employee in the last three months has filed a complaint against the state Probate Court, claiming she was fired for her attempts at unionizing.

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  • BillBoy Baggins

    FDR was right; unions and public employees don‘t mix. It creates a conflict of interest between the politicians and the unions. Look at the amount of money donated by public sector unions and to whom it is donated. Since 2000, the CTA and the SEIU have spent HALF A BILLION DOLLARS on political campaigns, essentially using the Public‘s money for political purposes.

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