Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Constitutional Right for Protection Against Unions


The right of an individual to receive work as or for a sole proprietorship, partnership, limited corporation, or corporation as defined by the laws within the state of business or incorporation shall not be abridged by the federal government.  The right for individuals to unionize shall reside within each state.  However, no individual shall be compelled to be a part of a union nor shall any business entity be compelled to require union membership.  No business entity shall be awarded or forbidden commerce from the treasury of either federal or state governments based on the union status of the business entity.   Unionization and collective bargaining are expressly forbidden for any public employees.

5 comments:

Kansas Bob said...

I think that you meant to say "federal", not "public", employees - unless it is a state constitution that you reference.

jrchaard said...

No, at a constitutional level, I want unions out of any government jobs, from city to federal

Kansas Bob said...

Seems like you have turned into a big govt marxist telling city and state govts what to do.

jrchaard said...

to quote david puddy, "yeah that's right"

Kansas Bob said...

Yada, yada, yada - I'd join that union.