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Should public employee unions be allowed to use member dues for political lobbying and advertisements without their personal consent?

  1. Yes, that's part of being in a public employee union. It's one for all and all for one and the leadership has the right to determine what causes and candidates to support.
  2. No, this is counter to the free decision-making ability all Americans are supposed to have when it comes to exercising their political rights.
 
 
 
 
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hopeforfuture

Jun-28-14 11:20 AM

There should be NO public employee unions. Public employee means you work for me. why do you need a union against me? We can not fire a bad teacher or any other public employee when they do not do their job. NO Public Employee Unions.

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Wardcitizen

Jun-24-14 6:18 AM

As a teacher we had a choice if we wanted to contribute to the political lobby. We were not made to contribute at any time.

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Woolrich

Jun-23-14 5:43 PM

Any Republican union members are being cheated and having their union dues promote a political party they don't agree with. Many like their union but are always at odds every year to stay a union member knowing their money is a slush fund for the Democratic Party.

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