MI: Union-backed ballot proposal offers no benefits
By Jack Spencer | Michigan Capitol Confidential
LANSING — The Service Employees International Union would get millions in dues, but the people it "represents" wouldn't receive state employee benefits, if Michigan voters support a constitutional amendment the union is pushing in November.
That's the ugly truth for tens of thousands of people who have been roped into becoming members of SEIU thanks to the union's "home health-care dues skim," which has netted more than $31 million for the union.
The ballot proposal allows the union to engage in collective bargaining on behalf of the home health-care workers and continue collecting dues.
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