UFCW Local 1776’s current legal director was disbarred from the practice of law over 20 years ago.
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The United Food and Commercial Workers union bosses have a habit of flouting Pennsylvania state lobbying laws.
The United Food and Commercial Workers Union Local 1776 has been filing political and lobbying expenses under “representational activities” since 2011.
UFCW President Wendell W. Young IV uncharacteristically downplayed his lobbying activities after Media Trackers reported he is not registered to lobby as state law requires.
The United Food and Commercial Workers union Local 1776 made contributions to known lobbyist and lobbying firms in 2013 but filed those contributions under “representational activities.”
Public union bosses in Pennsylvania regularly lobby state legislative leaders, but none of them are registered as required by the state’s lobbying law.
The Pine-Richland Education Association authorized a strike this week after twice rejecting the Pennsylvania Labor Relations Board’s fact-finding report.
State House and Senate GOP leaders are again providing fodder for advocates of re-instituting a unicameral legislature in Pennsylvania, this time with a picayune spat over no-brainer legislation (HB 1154) that would end labor unions’ exemption from prosecution for stalking.
Pennsylvania’s public sector unions are using dues — collected by taxpayer-funded resources — to fund dramatic advertisements opposing conservative reforms.
A Pennsylvania bill that would close a loophole excusing union violence has stalled in the House because of concerns over an amendment made in the Senate.