Friday, February 13, 2015

From Illinois Review: Free legal assistance for public employees seeking to end fair share dues

Illinois flag on right
Thanks to Illinois' reform governor, Republican Bruce Rauner, state workers who don't want to have so-called "fair share" union dues automatically deducted from their paychecks can now say "No" to the labor bosses. The battle is just starting, but if you work for Illinois and want to take more money home--and give nothing to AFSCME or SEIU, click on this Illinois Review link and get started: Free legal assistance for public employees seeking to end fair share dues.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

These freeloaders need free legal assistance now? Why can't they pay for the legal representation they are getting? These are hard core freeloaders, aren't they?
By the way, is our reform governor's wife's chief of staff (Illinois' first since George Ryan went to prison) earning her six figure salary? Is Goldman Sach's Bill Daley (formerly Obama Chief of Staff)settling in comfortably in his transition duties? (Whatever they may be!) How's rauner's campaign manager's daughter doing in her new $70K gig at the Illinois EPA?
Reform Governor? LOL!!

John Ruberry said...

Quinn was divorced. And his two-time felon running mate's wife was working as a realtor in Chicago. The Rauners live in Springfield. Oh, Quinn set up a great McPier job for the manager of his failed campaign.

Anonymous said...

I notice you haven't answered any of those questions, just posted some half-assed phony justifications for cronyism.

John Ruberry said...

Those public servants who don't feel the need to pay dues need protection from the union goons

Anonymous said...

LOL! Keep dodging, loser!