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Bachmann, Pawlenty rally around ‘traditional marriage’

Minnesota’s two potential presidential candidates have weighed in on President Barack Obama’s decision to halt his administration’s defense of the federal ban on same-sex marriage . Obama’s office says part of the law may be unconstitutional, but Tim Pawenty said he was “disappointed” by the news and Rep
Jul 31, 2020

Bachmann, Pawlenty rally around ‘traditional marriage’

Bachmann, Pawlenty rally around ‘traditional marriage’

Minnesota’s two potential presidential candidates have weighed in on President Barack Obama’s decision to halt his administration’s defense of the federal ban on same-sex marriage . Obama’s office says part of the law may be unconstitutional, but Tim Pawenty said he was “disappointed” by the news and Rep
Minnesota’s two potential presidential candidates have weighed in on President Barack Obama’s decision to halt his administration’s defense of the federal ban on same-sex marriage . Obama’s office says part of the law may be unconstitutional, but Tim Pawenty said he was “disappointed” by the news and Rep
Jul 31, 2020

Florida Education Association, teachers file lawsuit against state education overhaul

Florida Education Association, teachers file lawsuit against state education overhaul

The Florida Education Association logo (Pic via candidateblogs.orlandosentinel.com) The Florida Eduaction Association filed a lawsuit in Tallahassee today, challenging the constitutinality of Senate Bill 736 , approved by the state Legislature and signed by Gov. Rick Scott in March. Andy Ford, president of the Florida Eduaction Association — Florida’s largest association of professional employees, with more than 140,000 members — said during a conference call Wednesday that the bill “is unconstitutional because it denies teachers their right to effective collective bargaining on wages and terms and conditions of employment.” Ford added that the “law changes wages, employment contracts, performance evaluations, promotions and workforce reduction provisions that have been previoulsy negotiated between teachers and local school districts.” Ford said the changes swept away the right of employees to negotiate their wages and the terms of their employment, protected by the Florida constitution
The Florida Education Association logo (Pic via candidateblogs.orlandosentinel.com) The Florida Eduaction Association filed a lawsuit in Tallahassee today, challenging the constitutinality of Senate Bill 736 , approved by the state Legislature and signed by Gov. Rick Scott in March. Andy Ford, president of the Florida Eduaction Association — Florida’s largest association of professional employees, with more than 140,000 members — said during a conference call Wednesday that the bill “is unconstitutional because it denies teachers their right to effective collective bargaining on wages and terms and conditions of employment.” Ford added that the “law changes wages, employment contracts, performance evaluations, promotions and workforce reduction provisions that have been previoulsy negotiated between teachers and local school districts.” Ford said the changes swept away the right of employees to negotiate their wages and the terms of their employment, protected by the Florida constitution
Jul 31, 2020
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