Saturday, March 17, 2007
Another example of why it matters who is Governor when it comes to the treatment of organized labor. Exhibit "A" courtesy of the AFL-CIO Blog:
Colorado state employees will once again be able to pay their union dues through payroll deduction after Gov. Bill Ritter (D) signed an executive order yesterday that restores the check-off that former Republican Gov. Bill Owens banned in a 2001 executive order.
And with Scott Moss coming to the University of Colorado Law School this Fall, it's just a good all-around week for workers in Colorado.