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    Taking A Stand!!!

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    Default National Right to Work Foundation president says nothing 'surprising,' 'new' about su

    What a bunch of cr*p. The employers get away with this constantly and are the majority committing such acts all the time.

    ST. LOUIS – Union officials have used the power given them by the federal government in the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) of 1935 to coerce and intimidate employees across the nation, according to the president of a nonprofit organization that focuses on legal action against labor organizations.

    Mark Mix, president of the National Right to Work Foundation (NRTW), said the charges were brought against Teamsters Local 610 on behalf of the nonprofit's client, Jarod Aubuchon, who alleged he has not been allowed to resign from the union and his employer, Medic One Ambulance, threatened to fire him for distributing Right-to-Work literature. Aubuchon is a St. Louis-area paramedic.

    "Unfortunately, this is not the exception it is the rule," Mix said. "Union officials have unique powers over individual workers, and that power comes from the National Labor Relations Act."
    https://stlrecord.com/stories/512759...ters-local-610

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    Scab Hating Union Thug

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    Default Re: National Right to Work Foundation president says nothing 'surprising,' 'new' abou

    Mix should offer his scabby "client" a job. That's what he wants. A non Union job. No dues. Low pay. No benefits.

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