Seattle union spends $1.8M to change disclosure laws in its favor

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Got to spend crony money to make crony money I suppose.

(From The Washington Examiner)

Two Seattle branches of the Service Employees International Union have spent more than $1.8 million pushing a ballot initiative that would rewrite state disclosure laws in the labor groups’ favor.

While promoted as an effort to prevent identity theft from seniors, the initiative would stymie groups seeking to inform union members of their rights, including how to de-certify the union.

“Their motive is not to protect seniors from identity theft. It is to protect their union,”

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