Write the obit.
Today, teachers in Kenosha, Wis., voted to decertify their union, the
Kenosha Education Association, by a margin of nearly two to one. Only 37
percent of the teachers opted to retain the union in an election made
possible by the labor reforms enacted under Gov. Scott Walker (R). --HotAir quoting CEI
That's not all.
...Christina Brey, [speaking for WEAC, said]
“It seems like the majority of our affiliates in the state aren’t
seeking re-certification, so I don’t think the KEA is an outlier or
unique in this,” she said.
Buh-bye. Don't let the door hit you in the ass.
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What a victory for the middle class and working people everywhere!
37% of the teachers, or 37% of the teachers who voted? If someone didn't vote it was a no vote.
The sooner we get rid of unions, the sooner Corporate America can consolidate their riches.
Dad, do you see the dissonance or are you just making conversation?
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