Malloy’s executive orders also include a card check provision that takes away the right of workers to vote by secret ballot.
Gov. Dannel Malloy took steps today toward forcibly unionizing daycare providers and home health care workers in Connecticut.
Malloy used two executive orders, his ninth and tenth, to make the first steps toward forcing these workers to pay union dues like most state employees – a boon to the very unions Malloy frustrated with the concessions he negotiated and the layoffs he threatened.
At the AFSCME Council 4 rate of $21.80 a month, the state’s 4,000 day care providers would add just over $1 million to the union coffers.
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