Californians may get to abolish public employee unions on 2022 ballot

Cole Lauterbach  |  August 12, 2021

By Cole Lauterbach (The Center Square), includes “A venture capitalist from southern California soon will begin gathering signatures that, if successful, would put the abolition of all public employee unions on the ballot. Tim Draper, an investor with a track record of supporting successful technology startups, filed a ballot initiative with the attorney general’s office in Sacramento that would put an end to what he called ‘anathema to being a free country.’ Quite simply, the ballot measure would abolish collective bargaining laws for public employees in California.”

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