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Rally against SB5 at YSU

 


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U.S. Rep. Tim Ryan of Niles, D-17th, said Republicans have an agenda to break up and beat down state unions.

Published on February 21, 2011

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Kate Renfeld of Campbell, a school teacher, painted her face and applauds at a rally against Senate Bill 5 Monday night in YSU's Kilcawley Center.

Published on February 21, 2011

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More than 200 people were turned away from the Chestnut Room in Youngstown State University’s Kilcawley Center, which was packed with a standing-room-only crowd when the rally against Senate Bill 5 began. Firefighters, teachers and police were among crowd, which came out Monday to protest the bill that would eliminate collective bargaining for state employees.

Published on February 21, 2011

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U.S. Rep. Tim Ryan of Niles, D-17th, said Republicans have an agenda to break up and beat down state unions.

Published on February 21, 2011

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More than 200 people were turned away from the Chestnut Room in YSU’s Kilcawley Center which was packed with standing room only when the rally began. Firefighters, teachers and police were among the crowd.

Published on February 21, 2011

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State Sen. Joseph Schiavoni of Canfield, D-33rd, encouraged the union workers to continue their protests. A fourth hearing on the bill is scheduled for late this afternoon in Columbus.

Published on February 21, 2011

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Members of the Boardman School Teachers Union cheer during Monday night’s rally against Senate Bill 5 at Youngstown State University. From left Paula Ritter, Allison Morgan, Sharon Tomcsanyi (hidden) and Kate Cretella hold signs and applaud. The public forum drew more than 1,200 people.

Published on February 21, 2011

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Firefighters, teachers and police came out Monday to protest a bill that would eliminate collective bargaining for state employees.

Published on February 21, 2011

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State Sen. Capri Cafaro of Liberty, D-32nd, and State Rep. Bob Hagan of Youngstown, D-60th, were among the speakers at Monday night’s rally against Senate Bill 5 at Youngstown State University.

Published on February 21, 2011

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U.S. Rep. Tim Ryan of Niles, D-17th, said Republicans have an agenda to break up and beat down state unions.

Published on February 21, 2011

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Firefighters, teachers and police were among crowd, which came out Monday to protest the bill that would eliminate collective bargaining for state employees.

Published on February 21, 2011

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State Rep. Bob Hagan of Youngstown, D-60th, at the podium, and other Mahoning Valley lawmakers address the crowd during the rally. Hagan brought the crowd to its feet several times with his rants against Gov. John Kasich and the Republican Party.

Published on February 21, 2011

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More than 200 people were turned away from the Chestnut Room in Youngstown State University’s Kilcawley Center, which was packed with a standing-room-only crowd when the rally against Senate Bill 5 began. Firefighters, teachers and police were among crowd, which came out Monday to protest the bill that would eliminate collective bargaining for state employees.

Published on February 21, 2011

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State Rep. Bob Hagan of Youngstown, D-60th, at the podium, and other Mahoning Valley lawmakers address the crowd during the rally. Hagan brought the crowd to its feet several times with his rants against Gov. John Kasich and the Republican Party.

Published on February 21, 2011

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State Sen. Capri Cafaro of Liberty, D-32nd, speaks at a rally in protest of Ohio Senate Bill 5 Monday night in YSU's Kilcawley Center.

Published on February 21, 2011

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More than 200 people were turned away from the Chestnut Room in Youngstown State University’s Kilcawley Center, which was packed with a standing-room-only crowd when the rally against Senate Bill 5 began. Firefighters, teachers and police were among crowd, which came out Monday to protest the bill that would eliminate collective bargaining for state employees.

Published on February 21, 2011

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Lynn Anderson, a laid off state worker of Youngstown, lets her feelings be known during the rally.

Published on February 21, 2011

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Members of the Boardman school teachers union cheer during a rally against Senate Bill 5 at Youngstown State University. The public forum drew more than 1,200 people Monday afternoon to protest the bill that would end collective bargaining for state employees.

Published on February 21, 2011

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State Sen. Joseph Schiavoni of Canfield, D-33rd, encouraged the union workers to continue their protests. A fourth hearing on the bill is scheduled for late this afternoon in Columbus.

Published on February 21, 2011

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Firefighters, teachers and police were among crowd, which came out Monday to protest the bill that would eliminate collective bargaining for state employees.

Published on February 21, 2011

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Members of the Boardman school teachers union cheer during a rally against Senate Bill 5 at Youngstown State University. The public forum drew more than 1,200 people Monday afternoon to protest the bill that would end collective bargaining for state employees.

Published on February 21, 2011

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More than 200 people were turned away from the Chestnut Room in Youngstown State University’s Kilcawley Center, which was packed with a standing-room-only crowd when the rally against Senate Bill 5 began. Firefighters, teachers and police were among crowd, which came out Monday to protest the bill that would eliminate collective bargaining for state employees.

Published on February 21, 2011



Comments

1TB(1167 comments)posted 3 years, 5 months ago

The focus should be on jobs, public or private. Imagine the dent to the local economy in destroying the earnings potential for thousands of people who also contribute much of that paycheck right back into the local economy...not farming it out for overseas investment.
If you think two years is time enough to get something as big as the government moved in a different direction, let alone redact already existing legislation, then I have a job for you coaching the Cleveland Browns. You can get us to a Super Bowl in two years apparently.
The sectors do align, where they can. As was said by a wise man...what's the private sector equivalent of a police officer?
Try to spin it as you want, but the country's economy almost collapsed solely due to the PRIVATE sector. Keep worshipping at the altar of the almighty Dollar and one of these days, it might fart out a nickel in your direction.

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2SickofJimbo(140 comments)posted 3 years, 5 months ago

Bob hagan what a joke. The consummate leach off the system. Any chance to get the headline he's there. And all the protesters had their three day weekend (paid) while the private sector worked.

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