Good news for labor
From Kentucky of all places:
'RTW' clown car seems to be shedding its wheels
By BERRY CRAIG
It looks like the wheels have come off the scab-built “right to work” clown car.
The union-busters predicted 30 counties would pass RTW ordinances by the end of January, according to Bill Londrigan, Kentucky State AFL-CIO president.
Only a dozen of the Bluegrass State’s 120 counties are in the RTW column. That's 10 percent. In baseball, 12 for 120 is a couldn't-hit-water-if-you-were-falling-out-of-a-boat batting average of .100.
It’s been several days since an ordinance passed, though the Grayson County fiscal court is expected to hold a hearing on a RTW ordinance Friday at the courthouse in Leitchfield.
The hearing is scheduled to start at 11 a.m., central daylight time. The courthouse is at 10 Public Square.