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Everything is cancelled - Sunday, June 7, 2020
Until further notice ALL activities are postponed or cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We may get a reprieve after the November election when the politics of the virus may be diminished. However, Infectious disease physicians know it will take 60-80% of the population to become immune until a virus runs out of hosts and extinguishes itself. The Feds,Governors and Mayors are extending the pain by their policies of quarantine to "slow the spread".  
Interesting Upcoming Activities - Monday, February 10, 2020
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March XXX in Ambler TBD
May 14 Luncheon William Penn, Registration 11;30, Lunch Noon
June XXX Elder Care Luncheon 2 Sessions TBD
July 2-7 NEA-RA Atlanta
September XXX Laurel Hill Cemetary TBD
October XXX Luncheon (Social Security and HOPs) TBD
November XXX Luncheon TBD 
Wisconsin Unions rapid decline - Monday, April 16, 2018
Wisconsin Unions rapid decline  read more ...
SCOTUS preparing to give PSEA a death sentence - Monday, April 16, 2018
SCOTUS preparing to give PSEA a death sentence  read more ...
Janus Case to SCOTUS - Monday, April 9, 2018

Potential death nail for unions

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Kentucky Unions lost the fight - Monday, April 9, 2018

Kentucky Unions are no longer allowed to collect dues. Its coming to Pennsylvania.

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Anti-teacher Bill introduced AGAIN - Tuesday, April 18, 2017
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Your PENSION is in serious trouble - Monday, June 8, 2015
Pensions. Still Relevant in 2016

Your pensions ARE at a great risk. Don't be fooled by the General Assembly in Harrisburg!! The General Assembly has made it no secret that they want to EXIT the pension business. The dirty little secret is the method in which they decided to execute the plan. The plan is to bankrupt the system. I'll repeat that. The plan is to bankrupt the system. Senate Bill 1 is the first step in the process. In SB 1, all new hires will be placed in a 401k plan which means the 7.5% payments of these new hires will NOT go into the PSERs system. The PSERs system is currently in bad shape because of lack of current funding. So why and how would/could they find additional funds to keep the system solvent? Are we to believe they'll pay what they currently owe PLUS the missing funds necessary from the new hires?? Only a fool would believe that! The hidden agenda is they won't fund it....that's nothing new!!! The system will die on its own from lack of funding. That's the game plan. I presented that view to a senator last month and he did NOT disclaim my view.
More evidence was the testimony on Commonwealth Foundation president and CEO, Matt Brouillette, before a committee hearing on SB1 on June 4, 2015. When asked by Steve McCarter how the SB1 would effect current retirees whose average payments are about $25,000 a year. Mr. Brouillette stated that the payments would be reduced by about 66%!!! Stunning admission as to the ultimate goal. Bottom line....these folks want to cut your pensions by 66% by making the system insolvent.
YOU need to wake up before it's too late!!!!!!
Submitted by
Wayne Walton, PSEA-R
Former President and Chief Negotiator 

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