Right to Work Laws: Legislative Background
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Address: 2702 Chamberlain lane Louisville, Ky. 40245

Phone: 502-241-9491

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officially Named "Gettelfinger Hall"

Address: 3000 Fern Valley road Louisville, Ky. 40213

Phone: 502-969-9136

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Kentucky Says "NO" to "RTW" !

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- March 13, 2014 - House Labor and Industry Committee Video !

We want to give a special thank you to our friends on the Committee who stood with Kentucky working families: Representative Rick Nelson (Democrat)Representative Jeff Donohue (Democrat) Representative C.B. Embry (Republican)Representative Joni Jenkins (Democrat) Representative Charlie Miller (Democrat) Representative Denver “Denny” Butler (Democrat) Representative Will Coursey (Democrat) Representative Jeff Greer (Democrat) Representative Richard Henderson (Democrat) Representative Dennis Hollander (Democrat) Representative Mary Lou Marzian (Democrat) Representative Terry Mills (Democrat) Representative Tanya Pullin (Democrat) Representative Tom Riner (Democrat) Representative Jim Stewart (Republican) Representative Brent Yonts (Democrat)
Finally it is Said !!! What WE gave to Save an American Icon and Industry !!!

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Unions are about a simple proposition: By joining together, working women and men gain strength in numbers so they can have a voice at work about what they care about. They negotiate a contract with their employer for things like a fair and safe workplace, better wages, a secure retirement and family-friendly policies such as paid sick leave and scheduling hours. They have a voice in how their jobs get done, creating a more stable, productive workforce that provides better services and products. Always adapting to the challenges of our nation’s evolving workforce, unions are meeting the needs of workers in today’s flexible and nontraditional work environments. Because no matter what type of job workers are in, by building power in unions, they can speak out for fairness for all working people in their communities and create better standards and a strong middle class across the country.

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******* Remember to attend the next UNION Meeting at Chamberlain Ln. - (near KTP) The date is Tuesday Nov. 18th, 2014 @ 12:00 Noon & 06:00 pm **************
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