Indiana House passes bill that teachers call “union-busting”

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The Indiana House this week passed a bill that teachers call “union-busting.”
The Senate bill removes the requirement that administrators discuss topics including curriculum, safety issues and class size during contract talks.
That would limit the negotiations. Republican state Representative Jake Teshka of South Bend says it won’t prevent anyone from “having a meaningful discussion,” but around a thousand teachers and say they are upset with the bill.

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Slacker06 April 20, 2023 at 2:57 pm

If it’s union busting I’m all for it. No one can listen to that loud mouth schnook that pretends to head the AFT and not be disgusted at the whole scheme.

Charles U Farley April 21, 2023 at 2:30 pm

I 100% support union busting. Unions do far more harm than good, and actively attack the rights and freedoms of the citizens of this country.

William April 22, 2023 at 8:03 am

Reading, writing, arithmetic, and history! Any discussion outside of that shouldn’t be allowed.


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