Nobody wants a labor strike - it's never the good option for people seeking fair and just compensation in collective bargaining for employment. It's a last resort. That said, work stoppages have been a time-honored practice as the one significant piece of leverage workers have in negotiations. In certain places and fields, the practice is prohibited by law or contracts with a "no-strike" clause. Good examples are first responders - a labor stoppage can be a public safety risk. And any employer can simply fire all striking workers - Ronald Reagan proved this on a grand scale in 1981. Of course, strikes by public employees such as teachers can be quite inconvenient, though occasionally educators find the action a necessary move. Teacher strikes are actually quite rare (before this spring teachers in West Virginia had not struck in 30 years), and they are often resolved in a reasonable time, and progress is made.
Senator Vicki Marble - 303-866-4876 email@example.com
Senator Jerry Sonenberg - 303-866-6360 firstname.lastname@example.org
Senator Lois Court - 303-866-4861 email@example.com
Senator Stephe Fenberg - 303-866-4872 firstname.lastname@example.org
Senator Owen Hill - 303-866-2737 email@example.com
And, contact Senators Lundeen and Gardner and ask them how they can claim to support freedom and individual rights with a bill that seeks to suppress individual liberty through the power of the state.
Paul Lundeen - 303-866-2924 firstname.lastname@example.org
Bob Gardner - 303-866-4880 email@example.com