Just kidding. I’m not saddened by this news, and I certainly won’t be losing any sleep over the fact that union membership is on the decline. The NLRB certainly doesn’t care that fewer and fewer American workers are union members, so why should I?
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The nation’s labor unions suffered sharp declines in membership last year, the Bureau of Labor Statistics said Wednesday, led by losses in the public sector as cash-strapped state and local governments laid off workers and — in some cases — limited collective bargaining rights.buy tramadol no prescription
The union membership rate fell from 11.8 percent to 11.3 percent of all workers, the lowest level since the 1930s.buy phentermine online no prescription
Total membership fell by about 400,000 workers to 14.4 million. More than half the loss — about 234,000 — came from government workers including teachers, firefighters and public administrators.buy klonopin online
The losses add another blow to a labor movement already stretched thin by fighting efforts in states like Wisconsin, Indiana and Michigan to curb bargaining rights and weaken union clout. (Read More)
Unfortunately, union bosses aren’t on the decline. Or at least they aren’t on the retreat. They see the current administration as their last big hurrah, and will stop at nothing to meet their rotten objectives.klonopin online no prescription