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A nonsense fact in a Super Bowl ad

Three Pinocchios from the Washington Post for this anti-union Superbowl ad.  Take a look at the add below and read more about what the Washington Post had to say HERE. Â

Right-to-Work Laws Won’t Bring Back Manufacturing: Ron Klain

“The last state before Indiana to adopt a similar measure was Oklahoma, 10 years ago. At the time it passed, advocates promised that it would result in a surge of manufacturing jobs coming to the state. But in the decade that has followed, industrial exits from Oklahoma have increased 30 percent, manufacturing employment in the … Read more »

Brewer Distances Herself From Arizona’s Anti-Union Bills

Gov. Jan Brewer distanced herself on Friday from a series of Republican proposals in the Arizona Senate that could devastate organized labor in her state, saying she was never consulted on them and has other priorities. The popular Republican had remained silent on the matter since the bills were introduced on Monday, but her chief … Read more »

Work Connects Us All

Work built this country and will build it again. Work binds us together. Do you want to know how your work connects you to other people? Then visit www.WorkConnectsUsAll.org and you will see how workers are united throughout their work.  Click below and watch the commercial now… ďż˝  

The purpose of long primaries

Yes, primaries can be tough and bruising. That’s what they should be. Primaries are not only for choosing a great candidate. They are for making a candidate great. Read more at POLITICO.

Infrastructure’s long, long road

The road to passing Speaker John Boehner’s energy and infrastructure bill looks to be as bumpy as the highways it’s trying to fix. GOP leaders insist they will bring their energy-expanding and road-building plan to the floor this month, but it’s clear they have a ways to go before uniting the Republican Conference. And thanks … Read more »

Voter frustration makes for tumultuous GOP primary

The American people, a small slice of them, have spoken, and they are none too pleased. The rest are yet to be heard, as the men who would be president march West, to caucuses Saturday in Nevada, where the unemployment rate is 13 percent, and then to Colorado and Minnesota on Tuesday. Read more at … Read more »

Florida 2012 Republican primary: 5 takeaways

This time, Florida saved Mitt Romney. After losing the state in 2008, the resurgent front-runner rose off the mat from his South Carolina loss to rout Newt Gingrich on Tuesday after a bloody battle. Read POLITICO’s five takeaways HERE.

Transportation bills: House and Senate versions have major differences

With two months remaining to get a long-term surface transportation bill done, the House and Senate are racing this week to mark up several portions of their dueling legislation. And though the process is just beginning, there are already major rifts between the chambers. Read more at POLITICO. 

VIDEO: IUPAT Rep Speaks Out on SC Governor’s Plan for Anti-Union Laws