In some states abortion giant Planned Parenthood employees are unionizing…..like…New York !
The AFL-CIO and the Communications Workers of America have already put together their 2013-2016 contract with Planned Parenthood of Western New York:
It includes details on Planned Parenthood salary expectations :
2010 thru 2013 contract available here
2004 thru 2007 contract available here!
and this AFL-CIO contract with Planned Parenthood of New York City:
Planned Parenthood’s Margaret Sanger Clinic:
In 2011, over 160 PPCW staff voted overwhelmingly to form a union with SEIU Local 49. The group of members includes staff
throughout the region: Licensed Clinicians, Clinic Assistants, Billers, Call Center staff, Educators and more.
At their 25th National Convention the SEIU wrote, “SEIU reaffirms its commitment to women’s rights and should speak out at every opportunity, against the “War on Women” that is being waged at both the federal and state level. As healthcare workers we support the right of every woman to make choices about their reproductive health, including access to the information and services necessary to exercise their reproductive healthcare rights and give effect to the choices they make.”
And then there are the SEIU – Planned Parenthood contracts like this one:
More on Planned Parenthood and the SEIU here
UNIONS ASSIST PLANNED PARENTHOOD
Even more disturbing is seeing other Unions like the United Federation of Teachers donating to the abortion giant:
When Parenthood in Mississippi was mobilizing to defeat a ballot initiative, Local 3515 offered use of their phone bank system and Scott, the Local 3570 president, agreed to be involved in a public service announcement. Communications Workers of America writes this in their newsletter, “While these efforts had some logistical problems, CWA and Planned Parenthood of Mississippi have laid the foundation for future work together.”
In another newsletter they write, “Though it was an off-year election, CWA seized the opportunity to expand movement
building in the state by partnering with Cardinal Values Coalition, Virginia New Majority, Sierra Club, Virginia Education
Association, SEIU, League of Conservation Voters and Planned Parenthood.”
Mary Kay Henry, president of the SEIU called Planned Parenthood is “an essential part of our nation’s healthcare system.”
SEIU Local 73 helped Planned Parenthood and writes, “For example, Governor Mitch Daniels supports HEA 1210, which denies $3 million to Planned Parenthood. As many as 22,000 low-income Hoosiers will lose vital services, including ac-cess to lifesaving tests for cervical and breast cancer and epidemic sexu-ally transmitted disease, according to Planned Parenthood. Local 73, including the Social Service workers on Regional Mental Health Centers are mobilizing to fight these new attacks.”
wRen Bradley,Social Worker III – DCFS, County of Santa Clara claims that she was , “Nurse practitioner at Planned Parenthood — fought for union representation–filed multiple charges with the NLRB for violations of “concerted activity” winning everytime– opened the door to unionization. Workers now represented by SEIU.”
James Sherk, senior policy analyst in labor economics for The Heritage Foundation, says told One News Now, “Tthe United Food and Commercial Workers gave $10,000 to Planned Parenthood, America’s largest abortion provider, last year,” he reports. “That was union members’ dues [that] went directly to subsidize performing abortions. The Service Employees International Union gave $25,000 to Planned Parenthood’s Action Fund and then another $25,000 to subsidize the daily operations, which included over 300,000 abortions at Planned Parenthood last year.”
Sherk adds that most major unions have also passed resolutions supporting abortion on demand.
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Also Read : Planned Parenthood Pays Cecile Richard’s Husband’s Firm $1.1 Million for Telemarketing by Life News !
Cecile Richards herself was involved in organized labor before her career in abortion, she once wrote, “I started out as an organizer in the labor movement, mobilizing garment workers and trying to help people advocate for a better lot in life.”