and the National Right to Work Foundation has been active in encouraging workers to assert their Beck rights. vintage golf golfer knowledge poster In the December 1991 issue, which we take to be representative, the right-hand column
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Act might be types of lobbying expenses that would reasonably be treated as presumptively germane and thus chargeable. In Safeway and KGW Radio, vintage golf golfer knowledge poster the objectors received a report of the union’s expenditures prepared or reviewed by an independent accountant. The Board nevertheless found that the union violated its duty of fair representation because the expenditure information in the accountant’s report was not verified by an independent audit. Similarly, in this case, the objectors received a letter stating that the report was verified by a certified public accountant. That information, like the information in KGW Radio and Safeway, does not confirm that the accountant independently verified the Union’s figures. That specific verification is in the accountant’s letter.
This may be right, but once again we cannot say that the Board acted unreasonably in finding to the contrary, especially in the absence of evidence that the notice in the December issue of The Machinist is ineffectual. The Board could reasonably—we do not say correctly; that is not the issue for us—find that since the newsletter contains articles of interest to all machinists, whether or not they have any interest in politics or for that matter in the union, it is quite likely to be read by them. The notice of Beck rights is not buried; it occupies almost half of one page in a newsletter that is only eight pages long, making it hard to miss. And the machinists undoubtedly have other sources of information about their Beck rights besides the union newsletter. The adequacy of the unions’ compliance with Beck has been a hot political issue for years,
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