ABOVE the LAW: How Government Unions’ Extralegal Privileges Are Harming Public Employees, Taxpayers and the State – The Yankee Institute

By: Priya Abraham Brannick, MA and F. Vincent Vernuccio, JD

The report issued by the Yankee Institute about the privileges bestowed by Connecticut state law on government employee unions has a section about “supersedence,” whereby union contracts, some of them reached by binding arbitration outside the democratic process, without the approval of elected officials, nullify state law, like FOI law. [Read More]

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