Originally Posted by Jhhnn
See DCal's most recent post. It *is* part of normal dues, not something extra.
Originally Posted by DCal430
In California public employee unions are required to give political contributions to unions often in the hundreds of dollars a year, my union requires a $400 to $600 a year political contribution in order to vote on strikes, wages, working conditions, and other benefits. If I refuse to give the union political money the law denies me any say in my own benefits. Some unions are nicer and require "only" $60 to $100 a year in political contributions.
I am sorry, this was for P&N. I made a mistake.
Buried in the dues for a separate purpose.
My comment was based on his OP.
A turd is still a turd; no matter what you wrap it in and spray it with.
The union is preventing him from normal union related activities beacase he refuses to generate political payoffs to the union.