Liberal Republicans once again joined with Democrats to thwart conservative efforts to support Gov. Greg Abbott’s agenda.
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Union dues reform passed the Senate and now heads to the House.
Union dues reform had a Sunday hearing in the Texas Senate’s Business and Commerce committee.
Union dues reform sparked a contentious debate at its first senate committee hearing.
Taxpayer resources should not be used to facilitate the collection of funds that are used to lobby against polarized, anti-free market ideals.
Union dues collection by government agencies has been an issue that the conservative grassroots has wanted to end for some time and they may have a chance this legislative session.
Following the lead of Republican primary voters, delegates to the party’s state convention passed a resolution to support ending the government collection of union dues.
Texans deserve union dues reform and these are a few reasons why.
Government collecting union dues further strengthens the opposition to local control. As long as taxpayers are funding union activity, they will always fight back.