Who was the group with those obnoxious ads on the radio every 5 minutes all
weekend "my mommy taught me to love our constitution... evil people want to
change it (and hate baseball, apple pie & American flag I am sure also)"The group was funded by a secret organization that wouldn't let their
identity be known. Interesting they were against a "secret ballot" provision
when they were operating in the shadows.
Secret balloting will limit bullying and pressure from unions or groups of
members toward those voting one way or another. It levels the field, something
unions will naturally be wary of.I find it strange that we needed to
modify the constitution to account for the property tax exemption; it would seem
that's not a constiutional issue and could/should have been resolved some other
Secret ballot is a fundamental right. If unions or management can't exist
without intimidating voters, that's a good sign.
'But Salt Lake County District Attorney Lohra Miller took the stand again
Thursday and testified after Micklos.....' - Article The other
two amendments I can live with. Amendment A? = Shady. Full. Disclosure.
In response to the first comment: unions and associations are fine. They just
have to abide by secret ballot rules. It will be easy enough to make up an
anonymous ballot to distribute to members.
A sad day for Utah with these amendments getting approved, we have lost more of
our rights to oppose government corruptions. The first thing to go will be the
UEG, Utah's for ethical government petition, the target of the ethical
government amendment. This amendment will change nothing in ethics and morality
in Utah leaders.Unions have received the final blow to squash and
eliminate them in Utah, if you think you live in poverty now, wait until all the
unions are gone, even those in government jobs.