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Thursday, September 1, 2011

Union thugs act to prevent job creation

Union backed Socialist Democrat legislators are targeting non-union businesses with
more and more red tape to prevent job creation.

 Union Thugs control the Legislature

Labor Unions thugs in the People's Republic legislature are targeting non-union businesses with roadblocks to opening new stores.

Socialist Democrats and their thug allies live in fear that non-union businesses might open new stores and create jobs in California where we have 12% unemployment.  Non-union superstores would have to pay for special (and useless) economic impact reports.  While union stores are exempt from doing the reports.

The Assembly today voted 43-28 to send Socialist Gov. Jerry Brown a union-backed bill that would require cities and counties to assess the economic impact of so-called "superstores," such as Wal-Mart, proposed for their communities, reports the Sacramento Bee.

Senate Bill 469 by Sen. Juan Vargas, D-San Diego, requires the economic studies, to be paid for by project applicants, to evaluate the impact of the store on small businesses and the economic well-being of the community in general.

Supporters in organized labor said the requirement will give local government decision makers more information before approving projects.

Opponents, including business groups, said the measure will erect more impediments to job creation and economic development.

Sacramento Bee

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