State to appeal preliminary injunctio...

State to appeal preliminary injunction on child care providers ...

There are 1 comment on the Baltimore Sun story from Nov 6, 2007, titled State to appeal preliminary injunction on child care providers .... In it, Baltimore Sun reports that:

The Maryland attorney general's office plans to appeal a judge's preliminary injunction that prevents Gov.

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Chuck Jagoe

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#1 Nov 12, 2007
Who does the Governor think he is by dictating who MUST be represented by a Union? Madie Green is a socialist. She and the SEIU look to taxpayers for funding from child to medical care. If they do not like the compensation provided by the State for their services, don't accept vouchers. If they, as a PAC, want to push politicians to set minimum/maximum amounts, fine. The Judge should have ruled this type of government overreaching as unconstitutional. This will cost the taxpayer if allowed to stand.

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