Lawmakers Seek to Protect Public Employees
Local government leaders are negotiating with union executives who have not been officially recognized by public employees they claim to represent.
If a Virginia locality must for whatever reason allow a broader scope of bargaining there are several things that should be expressly prohibited.
Alexandria’s new public sector collective bargaining ordinance is a bad deal for public workers.
Instead of compensation increases for public employees, taxpayer relief or COVID safety, Virginia local governments are estimating six- and seven-figure costs just to implement the process of collective bargaining.