CEQA Debate Rule No. 1: Do NOT Mention Union “Greenmail”

By Kevin Dayton
“Here’s the plan: pretend that unions aren’t exploiting the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) as a tool to obtain labor agreements. Maybe no one will notice.” Supporters and opponents of CEQA reform are straining to avoid this uncomfortable subject as influential Democrats in the California State Senate prepare to introduce an alleged reform of CEQA...

TAGS: A Move to Put the Union Label on Solar Power Plants, Adams Broadwell Joseph & Cardozo, California Energy Commission, California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), California Unions for Reliable Energy (CURE), CEQA Reform, Clark Construction, Corporate campaign, corporate campaigns, Greenmail, Labor Coalition’s Tactics on Renewable Energy Projects Are Criticized, Laborers Union (LIUNA) Local No. 783, Lorena Gonzalez, San Diego Convention Center Expansion, San Diego County Building and Construction Trades Council, UNITE HERE Local Union No. 30

Employees Revolt Against Forced Unionism

By Dave Bego
Emboldened by President Obama and his recent recess appointments to the Rogue NLRB the SEIU appears to be stepping up its patented Persuasion of Power. The SEIU’s “persuasion of power” is projected through its notorious Corporate Campaigns is vividly chronicled in my new book, The Devil at Our Doorstep. In simple terms, the SEIU’s corporate campaigns are...

TAGS: corporate campaigns, Neutrality Agreement