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Union Workers Lay it All on The Table for Collective Bargaining

Hundreds of Fort Wayne Union workers attended Fort Wayne City Council to voice their opposition to proposed Ordinances that would strip union workers of collective bargaining.
 Collective bargaining for Fort Wayne City unions could be a thing of the past. Three ordinances were introduced at Tuesday’s City Council meeting.  The ordinances are aimed at eliminating the collective bargaining process for union workers. 

City Councilmen Russ Jehl, R-2nd, and John Crawford, R-At-Large, introduced the ordinances. 

The first ordinance would repeal collective bagging for non-public safety unions.  The second would remove collective bargaining and consolidate  non-public safety unions.

The third, which was introduced by Crawford alone, would repeal collective bargaining for the three public safety unions. 

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