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Jim Cawley speaks in favor of Right to Work

On Sat., Sept. 11, Jim Cawley was asked whether or not he is in favor of Right to Work at the Altoona First Festival. He agreed to have his response video taped.

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Comment by Lois Kaneshiki on September 27, 2010 at 11:14am
The local Bucks County paper wrote an article today citing my youtube video!

Now if we can only get Corbett to sign-on!
Comment by Marie Hess on October 22, 2010 at 6:31pm
I don't think Corbett is going to sign on to Right to Work. He is still officially "undecided" on the position. Unofficially, I have been told he has said at town hall type meetings and has been known to say "Pennsylvania is not ready for Right to Work" and "well, I'm afraid the unions will come after us in the final campaign days" Rep. Sam Smith is one who is a consideration for the speaker of the House if the Republicans get the majority and he is another "undecided". This is a good website on the issue and has great information on Right to Work issues here in PA. http://www.parighttowork.org/
Of another note, A bill was introduced on the Federal level in attempt to get rid of right to work laws in the states. http://biggovernment.com/laborunionreport/2010/10/04/breaking-democ...
Comment by Lois Kaneshiki on October 22, 2010 at 8:37pm
Marie, just to let you know, we have all been told that Corbett would sign the bill if it is put on his desk.
Comment by Marie Hess on October 24, 2010 at 7:37pm
If that is true, why does he remain officially "undecided" on the issue? Was there a news article that I can reference on this?

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