Jun 11, 2015

Union chiseling scheme comes to Pennsylvania | WashingtonExaminer.com

Labor unions are at it again, trying in yet another state to skim from government benefits intended for those who are sick and poor. The reverse Robin Hood making this theft possible is Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf, a Democrat who won his 2014 election with robust support from organized labor. Wolf signed an executive order in February creating an opening for a union to represent all home care...

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