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I'm still learning about blog design and I've found a problem when viewing this blog. It does not behave properly in small browser windows and if your display resolution is less than 1280 pixels wide and/or you are viewing the blog in a window less than 980 pixels blog wide, the right side bar is pushed below any visible post. I've searched the web and looked at the code for hours but can't find the problem. My next step, when I get the time, is to recreate the blog with a new template. Advice is appreciated.

Monday, March 23, 2009

January 10th, 2009 CBA Ratification Election

Lest any reader think I've forgotten that I, and perhaps others, didn't get the chance to cast a secret ballot in the January 10th, 2009 CBA ratification election, please rest assured that the following entry is prominent in my todo list: "Pursue enforcement of rights as guaranteed by the Labor-Management Reporting and Disclosure Act of 1959, As Amended".

I wouldn't want to again be chided for my "hasty exploration of multiple remedies" (that hurt my feelings) so I want to assure everyone that I'm only exploring one avenue at a time. I have verified that DOL OLMS isn't interested so onward and upward.

I would suggest that all members of unions everywhere take a little time to read 29 U.S.C. 411, the Labor-Management Reporting and Disclosure Act (LMRDA). I've posted a couple of links to The Association For Union Democracy website. One will take you to the home page and the other goes to a copy of the LMRDA.

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