The looming bipartisan backlash against unionized government

By California Policy Center on Wednesday, August 27th, 2014 in Reform, Unions No Comments

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Whenever discussing politically viable policy proposals to improve the quality of life in California, the imperative is to come up with ideas that strongly appeal to moderate centrists, since that is how most Californians would describe themselves.

StudentsFirst spends $500,000 to defeat Michigan union power grab

By Jason on Friday, October 26th, 2012 in Commentary, Unions No Comments

By Kyle Olson WASHINGTON, D.C. – StudentsFirst, the organization launched by former Washington, D.C. schools Chancellor Michelle Rhee, has demonstrated its commitment to meaningful education reform by spending $500,000 to defeat Michigan’s Proposal 2, an initiative that would enshrine collective bargaining privileges for government employees in the state constitution.