Working Massachusetts radio ad defends collective bargaining
Tell your State Representative now:
Support the Municipal Health Insurance Amendment (#749)
Listen to the
Working Massachusetts Radio Ad
Now playing on Massachusetts air waves, an ad commissioned by Working Massachusetts about collective bargaining rights:
(SFX: Fire engine siren) They’re our firefighters.
(SFX: Hospital emergency personnel/blood pressure machine) … Emergency personnel.
(SFX: Police dispatcher) … Police officers.
Working hard – all across Massachusetts.
We’re faced with tough budget decisions – forced to do more with less.
We’ve all got to do our part.
But what we CAN’T do is take away the bargaining rights of the men and women working on the front lines.
That’s NOT how we do things in Massachusetts.
We’re the cradle of liberty. Home of Sam Adams. John Adams. The original New England Patriots
We stand up for democratic values – we don’t take rights away.
Unfortunately, some people are actually trying to take away the right of working families to collectively bargain for affordable health insurance.
We can stop that. And work on common-sense reform.
It’s time for our state legislators to stand with our firefighters, police, and teachers – to protect collective bargaining rights – for all of Massachusetts.
Paid for by Working Massachusetts.
Listen to the ad: http://workingmass.org/story/our-newest-radio-ad-save-collective-bargaining
Working Massachusetts coalition members:
AFSCME Council 93
American Federation of Teachers MA
Boston Carmen's Union 589
Boston Teachers Union
Greater Boston Labor Council
International Union of Painters and Allied Trades District Council #35
Massachusetts Nurses Association
Massachusetts Organization of State Engineers and Scientists
Massachusetts Teachers Association
National Association of Government Employees
Office & Professional Employees International Union Local 453
State Police Association of Massachusetts
United Auto Workers 2322
United Steel Workers 9358
United Steel Workers 9360
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