Columnist Labels Governor Scott’s Attempt To Strip Away Teachers’ Collective Bargaining Rights “Union Busting Pure & Simple”

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June 5, 2017

June 5, 2017

 

In a Brattleboro Reformer column/VTDigger post, Columnist Richard Davis takes aim at Governor Scott playing last-minute politics with teachers’ health care, writing, in part:

"But [Phil] Scott has become a different political person since he has assumed the role of governor. He has thrown the word compromise out of his political lexicon and he has shown an unwillingness to negotiate. Scott also has been showing a near total disregard for the political process."

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"So what would [Gov.] Scott’s proposal really do? It would deal a blow to the collective bargaining process for teachers throughout Vermont. If it smells like a skunk, it must be a skunk and Scott’s proposal sure smells like a bad thing. It is union busting pure and simple."

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