Labor bills heat up in Colorado Senate

By: Associated Press Email
By: Associated Press Email

DENVER (AP) -- Labor proposals to change union rules in Colorado are up for debate in a Colorado Senate committee, which could test Democratic solidarity less than two weeks after the party took over complete control of the Legislature.

One measure would make Colorado a so-called "Right To Work" state. The other proposal would require local governments to allow collective bargaining by professional firefighters, even if local ordinances prohibit it.

Both bills face a first hearing Wednesday. If approved, they'd still have to face the entire Senate and then the House.


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  • by Anonymous on Jan 23, 2013 at 08:07 AM
    Our dems want us to be as viable as Detroit. Unions only masquerade as for the workers, but are corrupt organizations with self-serving needs. The promote money laundering, stagnate growth, and increase violence.
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