I found this at The Lonely Conservative who is thinking of joining the Blogger’s Union Guild. The State Board of Labor Relations has ORDERED the town of Orange, Connecticut to provide their union workers with free coffee and milk and…”Dress Down Fridays.”
The board determined the town retaliated against the union members for comments they made at a finance meeting in 2009.
The day after that meeting, First Selectman James Zeloi eliminated the free coffee and milk and the following day ended “Dress Down Friday.” Zeoli told The New Haven Register that he pulled the plug on the coffee to save money and stopped casual Fridays because some employees were abusing the privilege.
“It shows you how crazy state government has become,” Connecticut Republican Party Chairman Chris Healy told Fox News Radio. “You’d almost laugh at it, if it wasn’t so serious in tone.
This is just another black eye on state government.”
Healy said he was especially troubled that not only will taxpayers be forced to purchase coffee and milk for the union workers, but they will also be required to pay $10,000 in legal bills.
“It says the state labor relations board is in the pocket of labor,” Healy said.