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Monday, March 9, 2009

January 10th CBA Ratification Vote

Did your union follow the by-laws for CBA ratification votes?


Contract Motions

All motions on contract amendments and renewals shall be reduced to writing before being voted upon. The EB shall determine how new contract changes or modifications in any present contract shall be submitted to a referendum vote of the Membership at special meetings.

Prior to any vote being taken on a contract, the following procedure will be followed:

a) A printed copy of the contract proposal(s) will be made when possible.

b) It will be made available to the Membership forty-eight (48) hours prior to a vote being taken for ratification when recommended by the contract committee. When the contract committee recommends non-ratification, the vote will be cast at the conclusion of said meeting.

c) In the event of a strike or lockout, paragraph (b) above shall not be binding.

I was out on a medical and obvisously the union wasn't concerned if I had the opportunity to vote or not. I've also heard that other members were denyed the right to vote. Rudy himself stated "We wrapped this up in four days". If you feel your guareented union rights were violated, email me:


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