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Discrimination Favors Union Thugs

Outdated collective bargaining laws disempower workers
Outside of professional sports (N.B. and the news industry), labor unions touch our lives via school teachers, air traffic controllers, postal workers and more. To empower workers, U.S. Sen. Orrin Hatch and U.S. Rep. Tim Scott introduced the Employee Rights Act (ERA) last year.

The Oklahoman supports the ERA because it increases freedom of choice for employees, demands accountability for unions, prohibits coercion and violence and gives workers more control over their own money. Polls indicate significant backing of the legislation, even within union households.

Hatch summarized the bill's battleground in the Washington Times last month: “The Employee Rights Act is not about Big Business versus Big Labor but about employee rights versus union power.”

Let's hope Congress doesn't drop the ball on this opportunity to empower employees.
(full story at newsok.com)

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On this day: January 19
German Foreign Secretary Arthur Zimmermann sends the Zimmermann Telegram to Mexico, proposing a German-Mexican alliance against the U.S. (1917)

The U.S. Senate votes against joining the League of Nations (1920)

Student Jan Palach dies after setting himself on fire 3 days earlier in Prague's Wenceslas Square to protest the invasion of Czechoslovakia by the Soviet Union (1969)

Republican Scott Brown wins the Massachusetts Senate special election in spite of President Barack Obama's personal efforts in support of his opponent, Martha Coakley (2010)

b: Janis Joplin (1943); d: Werner Sombart (1863), Pierre-Joseph Proudhon (1865), Martin Durkin (1955), Thomas Kennedy (1963), William O. Douglas (1980), Arthur Goldberg (1990)

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