Breaking News: Michigan Court of Appeals Approves Collective Bargaining for Ballot

Photo Credit-ROJS News
(Detroit, MI) – The Michigan Court of Appeals today affirmed the right of working families to vote  on a proposal to preserve collective bargaining.
The initiative now will be placed on the Nov. 6 ballot.

“It’s a major victory for working people,” said Karen Kuciel, a Warren Consolidated Schools teacher. “Collective bargaining will be on the ballot for a vote. Now we must overcome the corporate special interests at the ballot box to ensure we have a voice for fair wages, benefits and safe working conditions for all of us.”

Corporate special interests pushed Lansing politicians to pressure the court leading up to today’s decision. But there was no legal reason to deny people the opportunity to vote on the proposal.

ROJS News & Radio seeks to bring a different type of SANITY Media into the Mainstay! SubscribeJoin into our active Facebook Fan Page Here–> if you support this cause!

Enhanced by Zemanta