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Saturday, October 24, 2009

SEA realism: It's about time

The Union Leader blasts the State Employees Association for changing its tune on job losses.
The lead contract negotiator for the State Employees' Association, who previously urged SEA members to reject a job-saving employment contract because it didn't guarantee that no employees would be laid off during the recession, now says it's time for state employees to get realistic.

"This is not a time for people to expect raises to come out of a contract agreement. This is the time to save jobs, and if the administration doesn't want to save jobs, I don't know what we'll be looking at," Diana Lacey told The Associated Press.
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This is the time to save jobs? The time was weeks ago and the SEA leadership blew it.

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