Pennsylvania’s paycheck protection bill is distorted by media and union officials and poorly understood by many union members.
Over 1,000 union members from around Pennsylvania gathered in Harrisburg today for a theatrical and impassioned protest of paycheck protection legislation.
State Rep. Bryan Cutler (R-Lancaster) informed the media at a Capitol press conference he is uncertain when his paycheck protection legislation will advance in the House
Pennsylvania’s looming confrontation between public unions and the General Assembly over “paycheck protection” is big news.
Pennsylvania Republican Gov. Tom Corbett said Thursday if a “Paycheck Protection” proposal reaches his desk, he will sign it into law.
Councilman Jim Kenney introduced a resolution calling on the state legislature to halt the passage of a paycheck protection bill currently in the House.
Fresh research by Dr. Sarah Arnett of the Mercatus Center at George Mason University shows the Keystone State is in bad shape financially.
Public unions in Pennsylvania could have to start collecting their own dues and political contributions if a “paycheck protection” bill passes the General Assembly.
In addition to the six benefits already outlined by Media Trackers, the State System of Higher Education (PASSHE) employees benefit from the choice between three different — and costly — retirement plans.
All of the major Democrat candidates for governor have expressed stern opposition to the bill, which would stop taxpayer resources from being used to collect political money and dues for government unions.