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0 comments | March 29, 2007 | 10:14 AM | posted by Kristen

An excellent article by teacher Angie Dorman on HB 2079 in the Columbia Basin Herald:

House Bill 2079 -- Regarding Use of Agency Shop Fees (nonunion member representation fees) -- under consideration in the Washington state House of Representatives, is indicative of the kind of government the WEA would have us live under, one that can be manipulated, one that does not believe in the processes of our republic. WEA has no faith in the system, much less classroom teachers. This bill is an example of why I am not a member of the WEA and chose Northwest Professional Educators as my professional association. I trust the system. This piece of legislation makes it obvious that the WEA does not believe in our system.

Read more here.

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