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“…Debbie Bence, president of the Plymouth-Canton Cafeteria Association, sent a letter to her union members on June 4 stating that the dues had to be paid as a condition of employment.

Bence said the financial information would be kept confidential and kept at the Michigan Education Association headquarters. News reports state that union dues to the MEA are capped at $778 a year.

Bence and MEA Spokesman Doug Pratt haven’t returned messages seeking comment.

Public Act 53 became effective March 16 and prohibited union dues from being automatically deducted from payroll. However, one day after Bence’s letter was dated, a federal judge issued a preliminary injunction that blocked the law until the legal process plays out…”

H/t Weasel Zippers

Will the membership take a stand? Or will the fold like sheep and fall into line?

Pilfering the pockets of taxpayers by unions and politicians must stop.

Three words for the citizens of Michigan, “RIGHT TO WORK!”

Take a stand and send these insatiable thugs packing.