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    Union member organization condemns UAW for long-standing ties with Planned Parenthood

    Non-profit president is urging Michigan autoworkers to sever their ties with any union tied to a ‘Culture of Infanticide for Profit’.

    (Ypsilanti, Mi.) – August 4, 2015 Terry Bowman, president and founder of Union Conservatives, Inc., UAW member, and former US Congressional Candidate in Michigan’s 12th district, today blasted UAW officials for their long-time relationship with America’s premier Abortion provider.  Union Conservatives is demanding that the UAW condemn and sever all ties with Planned Parenthood, and to apologize to its membership for using worker’s money to promote the organization.

    “Unfortunately today we observed the fifth  stomach-churning video released from the Center for Medical Progress that has clearly shown Planned Parenthood to be a harvester of baby parts and organs for profit.  Unions like the UAW have been using workers money to both promote the organization, and to donate funds to Planned Parenthood,” Bowman said to supporters this morning.  Federal LM-2 records show donations to Planned Parenthood by the UAW, as well as other unions.

    “Cecile Richards, the president of Planned Parenthood, was the keynote speaker at the UAW’s 2012 convention.  Then president Bob King praised Ms. Richards and Planned Parenthood in a clear indication that the UAW is using worker’s money to promote the organization.  Most autoworkers will be horrified when they learn that their money is being used by union officials to promote this incredibly evil organization.  All Michigan autoworkers should exercise their Right to Work protections and sever their union membership at the earliest possible date after the contract expires on September 15th, 2015.”

    Bowman also calls out the UAW’s Chaplaincy Committee to fight against the union as well. “For all the Chaplains in each UAW local, you have a Godly duty to condemn the UAW for its relationship with Planned Parenthood.  If you choose not to speak up due to internal politics, than you should immediately resign from your position.”

    Union Conservatives is a 501(c)4 non-profit organization formed in 2010.



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    Union Conservatives in Washington

    On February 8th, 2012, Union Conservatives' president Terry Bowman testified on behalf of the millions of union members who disagree with the political agenda of their union officials.

    "The Right to Choose:  Protecting Union Workers from Forced Political Contributions."

    House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Darrell Issa dedicated the committee and its powerful history to listening to the truth on Political discrimination of union workers.  

    "Nothing will change, and our union officials will never stop their offensive and disturbing political activity with our dues, until we, union members who disagree with our union officials political activities, speak up and let our voices be heard."

    You can find a link to the entire hearing video by clicking  'here'.   

    Terry's 5 minute opening statement can be found 'here'

    After the hearing was concluded, Fox News Anchor Neil Cavuto requested to have Terry on his show.   You can watch the clip by clicking on the image below:

    The next day, Terry was asked to appear on Fox News show "America Live!" with anchor Megyn Kelly.  You can watch the clip by clicking on the image below:

    News and Events

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    Right to Work Buffs up the Rustbelt

    On Sept. 14 the United Auto Workers contract with the Big Three American car companies expired. Because Michigan, Indiana and Wisconsin are now right-to-work states, the overwhelming majority of General Motors, Ford and Chrysler workers now can decide whether or not they want to continue to support a union with their dues.

    After the last UAW contract was signed, in 2011, legislators in the three Rust Belt states were determined to level the playing field in the interstate competition for jobs. The result is that laws passed in all three say that no one can be fired for refusing to pay union dues.

    There are several issues that UAW members may be considering as they decide whether to keep supporting the union or resign their membership, which one of us plans to do this month. Some concern wages.

    Read the entire article Here
    Union Conservatives, Inc., is a 501(c)4 non-profit organization formed in 2010.  Donations are not tax-deductible for income tax purposes.

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