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Have your Senators Committed to Freedom to Work?

 

Have your Senators Committed to Freedom to Work?

 

October 3, 2011

Dear Tony,

Free association is a natural right, a God given right.  So why have many workers in Michigan been deprived of the ability to freely associate?

In Michigan, many workers are forced to pay dues to a union even if that union doesn't represent them well.  They are deprived of the choice to freely associate or not associate with that union.  Freedom to work will restore free association and give workers in Michigan a choice.

So why won't State Senators representing portions of Michigan's 10th Congressional District support free association?

Sen. Tory Rocca, Sen. Jack Brandenberg, and Sen. Mike Green have all refused to give a public commitment to Freedom to Work.

It's time to lay the pressure on and contact each of these Senators.  Click here to contact them and let them know you insist upon 100% support for Freedom to Work.

What would you do if your Senator didn't support freedom?  What would you do if your Senator supported forcibly taking your hard earned money and giving it to a third party?

At some point, you will have to ask yourself these questions, but for now there is something you can do that may help you find out if your State Senator supports you.  You can click here to contact each of these Senators and demand that they go on the record and send us a written statement supporting Freedom to Work!

Michigan workers deserve freedom of association.  Michigan workers deserve full statewide Freedom to Work.

Without free association there is no free speech.  So why have these Senators not committed to support full statewide Freedom to Work legislation?  Is it because they don't believe in this God given right, or is it that they just have not heard from enough of their constituents demanding they support Freedom to Work?  It's likely the latter, so it is imperative that you click here to contact them now and let them know that you insist upon 100% support for Freedom to Work.

Time is short if we want to start 2012 off with a roll call vote on full statewide Freedom to Work in the Senate, so contact these Senators now!

It's difficult to understand what their hold up is when one of their colleagues has already expressed full support in writing.  Senator Phil Pavlov is the only Senator within the 10th Congressional District who has provided written support for statewide Freedom to Work.

So why are Sen. Tory Rocca, Sen. Jack Brandenberg, and Sen. Mike Green all refusing to give written support?

It doesn't make sense.  Don't they stand for liberty?  Don't they stand for the freedom to associate?

Or do they support the status quo and depriving workers of their liberties?

There is only one way to find out and that is to contact them and let them know that you will not support them if they don't support you.  Please click here to contact each one of these Senators and demand they get on board the freedom train.

Remember, a private promise is as good as worthless when it comes to politicians.  We must have a written declaration of support.  An email will work just fine.

If they are not hearing from their constituents that full statewide Freedom to Work legislation is a line in the sand issue, they will likely not do anything on this controversial issue.

Don't let Michigan workers continue to be deprived of their right to free association and free speech because you did not contact these legislators.  Click here to tell them today and don't stop until you get their written commitment supporting full statewide Freedom to Work.

Tony DeMott
Michigan State Coordinator
Campaign for Liberty

P.S.  No one should be forced to pay for someone else's political agenda.  Workers should not be forced to contribute to a private organization in order to keep their job.  We can stop this injustice by passing a statewide Freedom to Work bill.  Click here to sign our petition.

P.P.S.  Help us stop forced unionization – click here chip in a quick contribution of $5, $10, $25 or whatever you can afford right away.


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