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Utah Shooting Sports Council said it normally has a dozen teachers annually for instruction required to legally carry a concealed weapon in public places. The state's leading gun lobby decided to offer teachers the training at no charge to encourage turnout after the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre.
Organisers who initially capped attendance at 200 were exceeding that number by today and scrambling to accommodate an overflow crowd.That was fast. Turns out 2 states allow concealed carry into schools. Utah and Kansas. Not Texas? Say it ain't so! And where are all the Utah/Kansas school shootings if concealed carry on campus is so dangerous? Why are gun-free school zones like Connecticut chosen as the shooting location?
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Right-to-work laws do not affect collective bargaining "except for taking away the union's ability to get a worker fired for not paying them (dues)," Vernuccio added....
Michigan State AFL-CIO President Karla Swift, in a statement posted on the United Auto Workers' website, said workers in right-to-work states make an average of $1,500 less per year and are less likely to have pensions or health care benefits. "The growth rate for right-to-work states before they adopted such policies is actually higher than the growth rate for these states after they adopted these laws," she said.
F. Vincent Vernuccio (of the Mackinac Center free market think tank) said the comparison was not a fair one. "They're comparing apples and oranges," he said. "When you factor in cost of living, workers are actually paid more in right-to-work states."Angry union workers protested via social media.