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0 comments | July 09, 2007 | 2:44 PM | posted by Ryan

Here are some WEA press releases on its activities at the NEA convention in Philadelphia last week. According to the reports, only one WEA member was permitted to speak to delegates from the platform.

Could this cold shoulder be a consequence of the WEA’s loss at the U.S. Supreme Court in Davenport? The NEA has viciously fought against paycheck protection policies in California, Ohio, Colorado, Utah and many other states where it has been introduced. Now, thanks to WEA officials bungling their positions and strategies in Davenport, the NEA must overcome the weight of the High Court, which legitimized the policy, in future campaigns. Any fallout between the affiliates is certain to be kept under wraps, but the WEA’s showing at the convention may be one small window for our observation.

Also at the RA, WEA President Charles Hasse was officially replaced by president-elect Mary Lindquist. WEA Vice President Dave Scott was also replaced by Mike Ragan.

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