Monday, October 14, 2019

Fed Unions No Longer Complete Bloodsuckers

Courtesy of Surber:

"Trump executive orders curtail union business on the taxpayer dime. Unions must pay for their own offices and represent workers using their own funds."
The story said, "The latest data from the Office of Personnel Management estimates the union subsidy costs $178.8 million, with federal employees spending 3.6 million hours conducting union business. It is important to note that these figures are estimates that do not include the cost of office space and other perks, and likely lowball because federal agencies do a poor job tracking and recording the hours spent on official time and the costs....

The EO's on this were written 17 months ago and have been in Fed courts ever since--until last week when an honest judge agreed.

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