Letters to the Editor

February 6, 2013

Letters to the editor on public employees, gun violence, Gaza play, loud commercials

Some Kansas House members say they voted to deny public employees the right to have donations to political action committees deducted from their paychecks because public employees cannot withstand the pressure from union leaders to make such deductions. Legislators must think public employees are automatons who mindlessly follow their masters’ bidding. As a lifetime National Education Association member active in KNEA, I can guarantee that teachers are capable of standing up to any pressure. I would imagine this is true of all public employees.

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