May 10, 2018
Perspective By Brett Healy
The following excerpt is from an op-ed originally published in The Hill.
Wisconsin protects its most vulnerable, but in 11 other states, those needing in-home-care aren’t so lucky.
In those states, home caregivers — many of whom are looking after loved ones in their own homes — may be trapped into paying unions dues thanks to union-backed laws classifying them as government workers.
These home caregivers are considered public employees simply because they receive support through the taxpayer-funded Medicaid program, and unions have organized them through dubious elections.
Read the whole thing at The Hill here.