Skip to comments.New Mexico blocks right-to-work ordinances
Posted on 03/30/2019 10:13:36 AM PDT by rktmanEdited on 03/30/2019 10:25:32 AM PDT by Sidebar Moderator. [history]
New Mexico is prohibiting local governments from enacting right-to-work ordinances that prevent employees from being required to join a union or pay union fees.
Democratic New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham on Wednesday signed legislation that asserts the state
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US governments pretending that We-The-People must fund their union offspring. Must do enumerable things which they have do authority to insist upon.
Public sector Unions should be banned and dissolved immediately. They are harmful to the country in many ways.
But yet, sanctuary cites...
Just another revolution in New Mexico’s toilet swirl.
Even that Commie Franklin D. Roosevelt opposed public sector unions.
Y'know, for those jobs Americans don't want to do, oops, I mean, not willing to do for off-the-books below-legal-minimum-wage. Thanks rktman.
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I’ve said, since I was a teen and barely even understood what unions were, that they were no longer necessary. They may have been needed at one time, but they are not needed now, and serve to do nothing but line the pockets of the union leaders. Totally useless entity.
Thanks for the ping Dave. I hadn’t seen it, and I am shocked: No, not at commie open-borders bitch Moochie Lujan’s actions but at my ignorance.
Boy have I been wrong.
I always thought NM was a Right To Work State.
And that the only even slightly successful unions in the State were the Teachers union, the Government Employees Unions and recently the SEIU to some extent. And even outside of Albuquerque none of the Teachers I knew would admit being in the union.
Well there goes 2 thirds or more of the White Sands, Sandia and Los Alamos civilian work force ......
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