BURN: a clue catcher might be more useful. Ta-daaaa!
The BLS report also showed that median pay for non-union workers is about $10,000 less / year than for union workers and that NC's so-called right to work law - as intended - adds a significant financial burden to unions, which have to represent all of the 167,000 workers in this state covered by a union contract even though 44,000 of those workers contribute not one dime to the effort.
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This was very enjoyable to read. Thanks!
Favorites were 7:42 and 8:58.
Also, I want to know more about this Octavia Rainey lady.
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That old trope "lesser of two evils" doesn't seem to hold up when one candidate - Tillis - is so contemptuous of what working people need that he's been leading the charge against raising wages and called the very idea of an increase to the minimum wage "dangerous", against equal pay for equal work, against ensuring jobless North Carolinians can survive joblessness, and for making it harder for people who work for a living, students, and retirees to vote to hold politicians like him accountable for these choices. Kay Hagan may be many things to many people - including moderate to a fault - but to most working people like those represented at this convention, "evil" isn't one of them.
Pat McCrory was at Electric Forest! https://twitter.com/happicide/status/35574…
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