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SEIU: "Gaping Budget Deficits and Massive Underfunding of Pensions"

by May 6, 2010
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A recent feature in by F. Vincent Vernuccio in the Washington Times noted the financial mismanagement within SEIU under the leadership of Andy Stearn. Andy Stern’s debts: SEIU leader swims away while his organization sinks By F. Vincent Vernuccio Purple may be the official color of the Service Employees International Union (SEIU), but Andy Stern […] Read more »

SEIU: Mary Kay Henry to Succeed Andy Stern

by April 30, 2010
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On April 27, 2010, The New York Times reported that Mary Kay Henry would replace outgoing SEIU President Andy Stern: Mary Kay Henry leads the health care division of the Service Employees International Union a powerful force in politics as well as in labor. Top union officials announced in late April that Ms. Henry has […] Read more »

SEIU: “Illegal Forced Dues and Money for Politics”

by April 25, 2010
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National Right to Work Foundation attorneys assist home-based personal care providers pushed into union’s forced-dues ranks against their will. From The National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation — a “nonprofit, charitable organization providing free legal aid to employees whose human or civil rights have been violated by compulsory unionism abuses.” Gov. […] Read more »

SEIU: Andy Stern, The Man Who Lost His Way

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The reasons for Stern’s resignation as SEIU president are unclear. His troubled legacy isn’t. In a recent article for Working: In These Times, Stephen Franklin writes about Andy Stern’s troubled tenure at the helm of SEIU and asks “What went wrong?” Here’s an excerpt from Stephen Franklin’s story: He could have been the Walter Reuther organized […] Read more »

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